Study links food insecurity to obesity in poor mothers

03/18/2012 | NewKerala.com (India)

Food-insecure mothers were more likely than food-insecure fathers and childless women to suffer from obesity, according to a study in Social Science and Medicine. Researchers said poor mothers may eat only once daily or erratically while trying to provide adequate food for their children, which may contribute to obesity.

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