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Pediatrics: “Preventing Obesity and Eating Disorders in Adolescents,” “Is Frequency of Shared Family Meals Related to the Nutritional Health of Children and Adolescents?”
Office on Women’s Health: “Body Image.”
American Journal of Preventative Medicine: “Parent’s Physical Activity Associated With Preschooler Activity in Underserved Populations.”
American Academy of Pediatrics: “11 Ways to Encourage Your Child to Be Physically Active,” “Family Media Plan,” “Where We Stand: Screen Time,” “Energy Out: Daily Physical Activity Recommendations,” “The Benefits & Tricks to Having a Family Dinner.”
National Sleep Foundation: “How to Get on a Sleep Schedule,” “Pointers for Parents.”
Harvard Medical School: “Why ‘Sleeping in’ on Weekends Isn’t Good for Teens,” “Distracted Eating May Add to Weight Gain.”
Northwestern Medicine: “Being the Best Role Model.”
Stanford Children’s Health: “Boost Your Teen Daughter's Body Image.”
The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition: “Eating Attentively: a Systematic Review and Meta-analysis of the Effect of Food Intake Memory and Awareness on Eating.”
Circulation: “Meal Timing and Frequency: Implications for Cardiovascular Disease Prevention: A Scientific Statement From the American Heart Association.”
American Heart Association: “How to Make Breakfast a Healthy Habit.”
Nielsen: “The Nielsen Total Audience Report Q1 2017.”
ChooseMyPlate.gov: “Vegetables,” “Fruits,” “My Plate.”
TeensHealth: “MyPlate Food Guide.”
American Psychological Association: “Five Tips to Help Manage Stress.”
KidsHealth: “Breakfast Basics.”
Mayo Clinic: “Does eating a healthy breakfast help control weight?” “Children’s nutrition: 10 tips for picky eaters.”
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