The CDC (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention) indicates how much a person should weigh varies based on individual factors such as current height and weight. The calculation used to indicate whether a person is ove... More »

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Cheetahs weigh between 88 and 140 pounds. They are the fastest animal in the world and can reach speeds of up to 70 miles per hour. Their diet depends on their location but they typically consume zebras, gazelles and wil... More »

The duck-billed platypus weighs between 2 and 5 pounds, and males are generally larger than females. Platypuses lose fat seasonally after the winter, making them lighter in the spring than in the fall. The average weight... More »

Calculating your Body Mass Index (BMI) requires knowing both your height and weight, explains the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Take your height in inches and square it, then divide your weight by the... More »

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BMI stands for body mass index and is calculated using a person’s height and weight, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Although BMI is not a direct measurement of body fat, it is a reliable ind... More »

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According to the Centers of Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the average 2-year-old boy weighs approximately 24.8 to 28.9 pounds, and the average 2-year-old girl weighs from 23.3 to 27.5 pounds. The CDC definition o... More »

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The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention hosts a broad selection of height and weight charts for infants. These charts are divided by gender and denote various notable percentages for height and weight. More »

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