Class helps kids set goals for weight loss

June 2011
Patient Education Management;Jun2011, Vol. 18 Issue 6, p65
Academic Journal
The article offers information on WHAM (wellness, health, action, and motivation) class at Arkansas Children's Hospital in Little Rock that employs visual lessons and hands-on instructions to help overweight children and their families set goals for weight loss and address childhood obesity.


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