Weight Perceptions and Weight-Related Behaviors among Low Income Postpartum Women

@inproceedings{SilfeeValerie2018WeightPA,
  title={Weight Perceptions and Weight-Related Behaviors among Low Income Postpartum Women},
  author={J SilfeeValerie and F HaughtonChristina and K. S. Nisha and C LemonStephenie and C RosalMilagros},
  year={2018}
}
Background: Minority and low-income women have higher rates of postpartum weight retention, contributing to increased rates of obesity in these populations. Weight perceptions may be an important factor contributing to the adoption of weight-management behaviors. The purpose of this study was to examine the relationships between weight perceptions and weight-related behaviors among overweight low-income women during postpartum enrolled in a weight loss intervention study. Methods: This is a… CONTINUE READING

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