Parents say they're responsible for childhood obesity

11/2/2012 | Los Angeles Times

A survey by Yale University's Rudd Center for Food Policy & Obesity showed that parents think 60% of the responsibility for the rise in childhood obesity rests with them, with an unhealthy food environment as the rest of the cause. Researchers also found that about 72% of parents backed stronger school lunch standards, while 57% supported bans on TV advertisements that target young children.

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