Healthy 100 Kids offers health coaches

June 2011
Patient Education Management;Jun2011, Vol. 18 Issue 6, p63
Academic Journal
The article discusses the "Healthy 100 Kids" program launched in 2010 by the Florida Hospital for Children in Orlando to address the problem of childhood obesity while highlighting the key procedural facts related to the same which include workshops on nutrition, exercise and behavioral topics.


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