He said that people, who are overweight, can underestimate
what they eat by more than 50 per cent.
Women of other ethnicities were more likely to underestimate
their breast cancer risks.
Hellhler HP and Mkandawire J, Women underestimate
the age of their partners during survey interviews; implications for HIV risk associated with age mixing in northern Malawi, Sexually Transmitted Diseases.
We can't underestimate
the charisma of Obama--or the low opinion Americans currently have of President Bush and the GOP.
More than half of adolescents with type 2 diabetes underestimate
their weight, and so do their parents, according to results from interviews with 104 child-parent pairs.
Health care providers consistently underestimate
the amount of postpartum blood loss, and adding calibrations to vaginal delivery drapes could improve blood loss estimates, results of a randomized crossover study suggest.
And by now, I suspect, you underestimate
-- at your peril -- the live stage abilities of Alicia Silverstone.
Requiring restaurants to print nutrition information on menus could be a helpful tool for the majority of diners who vastly underestimate
the calories, fat and saturated fat in restaurant meals.
Three-quarters of Britons are worried about identity theft - but many underestimate
their chances of falling victim to fraudsters.
GARETH Thomas has warned that Wales will underestimate
Scotland at their peril going into Sunday's RBS 6 Nations Championship match at the Millennium Stadium.
Sarah Wroth, who joined Boston Ballet in 2003, thinks that dancers sometimes underestimate
the level of responsibility in the corps.
Quotes of 5-6 underestimate
the home side's chance of winning while they massively overestimate the threat posed by the stuttering Newcastle.
The political masters" did not underestimate
the reaction to the war in boosting Osama's influence.
Rather, more recent high-resolution CT scanning results suggest that our estimates of pleural abnormalities in this population may be conservative and may actually underestimate
the true prevalence of these abnormalities seen on chest radiographs.
As the pace increased, they became more accurate at measuring steps taken (most were within + or - 1%), but began to underestimate