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The adult body mass index chart is the most common way to measure whether a person is underweight, at a healthy weight, overweight or obese, according to Health.gov. This chart displays a weight range for each height in the categories of healthy weight, overweight and obese.


One place to find a height and weight chart for women is on Rush University Medical Center's official website, Rush.edu. The chart shows weights for heights ranging from 4 foot 10 inches to 6 foot 4 inches, with ranges included for normal, overweight and obese weight levels.


A weight chart for men and women above the age of 18 can be found at the NHS Choices website. The chart can be used to check an individual's height and weight ratio.


A women's target weight chart gives a range of healthy weights for women of different heights and builds. Rush University Medical Center and Nutrition and Fitness Pro offer free target weight charts.


A body weight chart is a chart that shows healthy weight based on height, according to Rush University Medical Center. The weight chart on Rush University Medical Center's website indicates normal, overweight and obese ranges for heights beginning at 4 foot 10 inches and going up to 6 foot 4 inches.


Baby Center offers an online size and growth timeline chart for children from birth through 8 years of age. The chart is based on the 25th to 75th percentiles for weight and height, so half of all children fall within the suggested ranges on the chart.


Growth charts for children, including those that demonstrate weight-for-age and weight-for-length percentiles, can be downloaded for free on the Abbott Nutrition and Centers for Disease Control and Prevention websites. These charts are accessed using a program such as Adobe Reader.


A normal weight chart is a medical indicator that considers an individual’s size, then displays an ideal weight range for an individual’s height. Normal weight charts vary for men and women.


The Body Mass Index (BMI) chart gives weight range guidelines and body fat estimates for adult women and men based on height, according to the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute. BMI values are used to categorize a person as underweight, normal weight, overweight or obese, states WebMD


The MNT Knowledge Center at MedicalNewsToday.com features ideal height and weight charts for women. From the MedicalNewsToday.com home page, click on M-O in the alphabet search bar, and follow the Obesity/Weight Loss/Fitness link to a section headed as "How much should I weigh for my age and height?