Source: International Journal of Obesity , 2012, 36 (1), p.12-15.
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Date of publication: January, 2012.
Publication type: Research.
In a nutshell: This prospective longitudinal study looks at the long-term effects of having one overweight or obese parent on child weight status and determine whether these effects vary according to parent sex. The authors found that children with overweight or obese fathers are at a higher risk of becoming obese and suggest that interventions to treat overweight fathers may have a part in preventing or treating obesity in children.
Length of publication: 4 pages.
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