Subject: Research Article | United Kingdom | Life Style | Dynamic latent factor model | Prevalence | RA1-1270 | Public aspects of medicine | Childhood obesity | Family lifestyle | Pediatric Obesity | Family | Female | Humans | Child, Preschool | Male | Longitudinal Studies | Child
The prevalence of childhood obesity has been increasing but the causes are not fully understood. Recent public health interventions and guidance aiming to reduce childhood obesity have focused o... View more
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