Design of an intervention addressing multiple levels of influence on dietary and activity patterns of low-income, postpartum women.

Abstract

Low-income, multi-ethnic women are at elevated risk for obesity and chronic diseases, yet influences at different levels may act as barriers to changing risk behaviors. Following the birth of a child, childrearing and social isolation can exacerbate these influences. The social ecological framework integrates behavior-change strategies at different levels… (More)

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