How Can You Help Your Child's Weight?

Wochit Headline News - Saturday, 14 January 2017
This article originally appeared on Parents who think their children are overweight may trigger a self-fulfilling prophecy, according to a new analysis of two decade-long studies. Kids whose parents considered them chunky at age 4 or 5 tended to put on more pounds in subsequent years, compared to those whose parents thought they were a normal weight.

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