Splash!: a prospective birth cohort study of the impact of environmental, social and family-level influences on child oral health and obesity related risk factors and outcomes

January 2011
BMC Public Health;2011, Vol. 11 Issue 1, p505
Academic Journal
The article presents a study examining the impact of environmental, social and family-level influences and drink choices on child obesity risk and oral health status. A unique contribution to integrated health, education and social policy and program directions is provided by this study as it has provided clearer policy relevant evidence on strategies to counter social and environmental factors which predispose infants and children to poor health, wellbeing and social outcomes.


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