Anuradha Sundarajan-Ramamurti

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BACKGROUND Declining levels of physical activity in the population at large may be responsible in part for the rising rates of childhood obesity. Studies to date, however, have not consistently demonstrated such a protective effect. We used longitudinal data from the Framingham Children's Study (FCS) to address this important question. METHODS We used 8(More)
OBJECTIVE: To investigate the extent to which parents' degree of dietary self-control, as measured by self-reported dietary restraint, disinhibition, and perceived hunger, affects the development of excess body fat in the child.DESIGN: Prospective observational study.SUBJECTS: Ninety-two 3–5 y old children and their parents, enrolled in 1987 in the(More)
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