A home-based intervention designed to encourage families to eat meals together, reduce time spent watching TV and improve sleep patterns in children was associated with a slight decline in the children's weight, a study on the website of JAMA Pediatrics showed. Although children in the program slept nearly an hour longer and had reduced TV time during the weekend compared with the usual care group did, researchers found no changes in the number of meals shared with the family.

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