Feeding styles and child weight status among recent immigrant mother-child dyads.

Tovar, Alison.
Hennessy, Erin.
Pirie, Alex.
Must, Aviva.
Gute, David M.
Hyatt, Raymond R.
Kamins, Christina Luongo.
Hughes, Sheryl O.
Boulos, Rebecca.
Sliwa, Sarah.
Galvão, Heloisa.
Economos, Christina D.
2012

Background: Research has shown that parental feeding styles may influence children's food consumption, energy intake, and ultimately, weight status. We examine this relationship, among recent immigrants to the US. Given that immigrant parents and children are at greater risk for becoming overweight/obese with increased time in the US, ide... read more

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Tovar, Alison, Erin Hennessy, Alex Pirie, Aviva Must, David M. Gute, Raymond R. Hyatt, Christina Luongo Kamins, Sheryl O. Hughes, Rebecca Boulos, Sarah Sliwa, Heloisa Galvão, and Christina D. Economos. "Feeding styles and child weight status among recent immigrant mother-child dyads." International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity 9, no. 1 (12, 2012): 1-8.
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