Systems Science and Childhood Obesity: A Systematic Review and New Directions

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Asheley Cockrell Skinner; E. Michael Foster;

As a public health problem, childhood obesity operates at multiple levels, ranging from individual health behaviors to school and community characteristics to public policies. Examining obesity, particularly childhood obesity, from any single perspective is likely to fa... View more
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