Study: Mom's employment is tied to obesity in children

08/22/2011 | Daily Record (Glasgow, Scotland)

Seven-year-olds with mothers who did not work were less likely to be obese than those with working mothers, a Scottish government study of 13,800 families found. The researchers said busy working mothers may serve more fast-food items and ready-made meals, which could contribute to childhood obesity.

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