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Parent-only treatment may be equally effective for children who are obese
Date:10/21/2010

p>The results showed that the parent-only group provided similar results in child weight loss and other relevant outcomes. Since parent-only treatments are successfully used to deliver treatments for other child behavioral issues, this approach to instilling better nutrition and exercise habits in children designed to result in weight loss could also prove to be an effective treatment model.

Boutelle has received another grant from the National Institutes of Health to conduct this study with 150 families and follow them for 18 months. This larger study will be recruiting families for the next three years.


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Contact: Debra Kain
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University of California -- San Diego
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