Children in weight crisis

Berg, Frances M.
September 1996
Healthy Weight Journal;Sep/Oct96, Vol. 10 Issue 5, p86
Reports on weight and eating disorders among children and teenagers in the United States. Increased obesity among children and teenagers; Dysfunctional eating; Overweight children's attitude toward their peers, parents and teachers.


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