Environment has big effect on childhood obesity, studies show

04/21/2013 | ScientificAmerican.com

A child's living environment has a bigger effect on obesity than genetics, physical activity or other weight-control factors, according to studies published in Pediatrics. The research suggests issues such as plate size, media, school schedules and sleep are on a long list of environmental factors that contribute to childhood obesity.

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