Most childhood-obesity programs target parents, review finds

01/17/2012 | DoctorsLounge.com

An analysis in Obesity Reviews revealed that most family- and home-based childhood-obesity programs targeted parents as primary agents of lifestyle change and focused educational efforts on them. Researchers said that although several studies showed the efficacy of such approaches in preventing childhood obesity, recruiting parents can be challenging and alternative options such as online learning should be considered.

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