Children's perceptions of weight, obesity, nutrition, physical activity and related health and socio-behavioural factors.

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OBJECTIVE Approximately one-third of children in the USA are either overweight or obese. Understanding the perceptions of children is an important factor in reversing this trend. DESIGN An online survey was conducted with children to capture their perceptions of weight, overweight, nutrition, physical activity and related socio-behavioural factors… (More)
DOI: 10.1017/S136898001200479X

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@article{Economos2014ChildrensPO, title={Children's perceptions of weight, obesity, nutrition, physical activity and related health and socio-behavioural factors.}, author={Christina Economos and Peter J. Bakun and Julia Bloom Herzog and Peter Dolan and Vanessa M. Lynskey and Dana B Markow and Shanti S. Sharma and Miriam E. Nelson}, journal={Public health nutrition}, year={2014}, volume={17 1}, pages={170-8} }