Ethical considerations in the treatment of childhood obesity

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Perryman, Mandy; Sidoti,Kara;

Mandy L Perryman,1 Kara A Sidoti,2 1Department of Leadership and Counselor Education, University of Mississippi, MS, USA; 2Lynchburg College, Lynchburg, VA, USA Abstract: Rates of obesity in children and adolescents appear to be stabilizing, though the prevalence of ex... View more
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