Health report cards help parents of overweight kids

08/12/2003 | Sun (Baltimore), The · USA Today

A report in this month's Archives of Pediatrics & Adolescent Medicine finds that parents of school-age children who received report cards outlining their child's health were more than twice as likely to be involved in working with their kids to improve their health. Parents began physical activities, consulted with doctors and started dietary changes.

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