Children and choice

Callery, Peter
May 2004
Paediatric Nursing;May2004, Vol. 16 Issue 4, p13
Academic Journal
Presents information on obesity in children in Great Britain. Childhood views in dealing obesity; Influence of parents on the eating habits of children; Variations of patterns of obesity in the country.


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