Determinants of Childhool obesity: ANIBES Study
Prevalence rates of childhood obesity have increased alarmingly during the last decades, becoming a major public health problem associated with physical, psychological and social problems. The prevalence of overweight and obesity is high in all age groups in many countries, but it is particularly alarming in children and adolescents in developed countries and economies in transition, and it affects more severely socially disadvantaged population groups.
The scientific study Determinants of Childhool obesity: ANIBES Study has evaluated dietary patterns and their possible clustering with physical activity, sedentary behavior and sleep time in children and adolescents from a representative sample of the Spanish population.
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