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How should pediatricians talk about obesity?
September 27, 2011 – 5:21 am | No Comments
How should pediatricians talk about obesity?

How should pediatricians talk about obesity? Pediatricians are often the first source of help for children struggling with their weight. Yet kids’ doctors can unintentionally harm weight-control efforts if they use terminology to describe the weight problem that makes children or their parents feel stigmatized or blamed.   That’s why a new study in Pediatrics […]

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