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Healthy children, healthy families: parents making a difference! A curriculum integrating key nutrition, physical activity, and parenting practices to help prevent childhood obesity



Healthy children, healthy families: parents making a difference! A curriculum integrating key nutrition, physical activity, and parenting practices to help prevent childhood obesity



Journal of Nutrition Education and Behavior 44(1): 90-92




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PMID: 21900051

DOI: 10.1016/j.jneb.2011.02.011


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