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Does Height Effect Vital Capacity?

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Yes, height can effect vital capacity as well as age, sex, weight, ethnicity and research study they are based upon.
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Vital capacity varies depending on the size of the thoracic cavity, which tends to correlate with height.
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Hope this helps. Height and weight of a subject affects the body surface area. The capacity of a person's lungs is proportional to the surface area of his or her body. To find the
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