Boys Weight Growth Chart

for children of "Mexican-American" race/ethnicity*, ages 2 through 18.

Boys weight chart for hispanic race/ethnicity

The red lines show "percentiles".  The thick red line in the middle is the 50th percentile, which indicates that 50% of the population of Boys has Weight heavier than the line, and 50% are lighter.  Similarly, the highest red line, the 95th percentile line, indicates the weight where 95% of the population of Boys is lighter.

For a Height Chart for Boys of "Hispanic" race/ethnicity, click here.

For Boys Weight charts of other race/ethnic groups, choose:  White, Black, Hispanic, or Other.

Charts for Girls weight and height can be found here. See the chart index.

Charts for adults male height and weight are available here.  These are also interesting, because they not only show the average height, they also show that adults have a considerably higher prevalence of obesity than children.

The data source for this chart is the NHANES III  survey, conducted in America during 1988 to 1994. The CDC used this dataset, as well as datasets from several older surveys, to construct the CDC standard pediatric growth charts.

* The "Race-Ethnicity" categories.

Created by Steven B. Halls, MD, FRCPC and John Hanson, MSc.

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