Sociodemographic characteristics associated with frequency and duration of eating family meals: a cross-sectional analysis.

Skeer, Margie R.
Yantsides, Konstantina E.
Eliasziw, Misha.
Tracy, Migdalia R.
Carlton-Smith, Allison R.
Spirito, Anthony.
2016

Introduction: Children who frequently eat family meals are less likely to develop risk- and behavior-related outcomes, such as substance misuse, sexual risk, and obesity. Few studies have examined sociodemographic characteristics associated with both meal frequency (i.e., number of meals) and duration (i.e., number of minutes spent at mea... read more

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Skeer, Margie, Konstantina E. Yantsides, Misha Eliasziw, Migdalia R. Tracy, Allison R. Carlton-Smith, and Anthony Spirito. "Sociodemographic characteristics associated with frequency and duration of eating family meals: a cross-sectional analysis." SpringerPlus 5, no. 1 (12, 2016): 1-8.
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