Parental stress may increase childhood obesity risk

10/22/2012 | WebMD

Parents with a higher number of stressors were more likely to have obese or overweight children than those with fewer stressors, according to a study in the journal Pediatrics. However, researchers found that parental stress did not significantly affect children's fruit and vegetable intake or their physical activity levels.

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