This Kaiser Family Foundation report that reviews more than 40 studies on the role of media in the nation's dramatically increasing rates of childhood obesity explores what researchers do and do not know about the role media plays in childhood obesity. It also outlines media-related policy options that have been proposed to help address childhood obesity and identifies ways media could play a positive role in helping to address this important public health problem.
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Title: The Role of Media in Childhood Obesity
Publication date 2004-02-01
Publication Year 2004
Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation
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