Study: Behavioral Differences Influence Kids' Weight

WASHINGTON — A new study from the Food Marketing Institute and SymphonyIRI Group compares the attitudes, behaviors and rituals of families with at least one overweight child to those with healthy-weight children.

WASHINGTON — A new study from the Food Marketing Institute and SymphonyIRI Group compares the attitudes, behaviors and rituals of families with at least one overweight child to those with healthy-weight children. The research is the first in a series that will explore the topic.

“We have found that just a few differences in behaviors can make the difference between the path to overweight and obesity, and that of maintaining healthy-weight children,” said Thom Blischok, global p

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