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A randomized, home-based, childhood obesity intervention delivered by patient navigators.Academic Article Why?
Infection and antibiotic use in infancy and risk of childhood obesity: a longitudinal birth cohort study.Academic Article Why?
Maternal gestational weight gain and offspring risk for childhood overweight or obesity.Academic Article Why?
Maternal obesity, gestational diabetes, breastfeeding and childhood overweight at age 2 years.Academic Article Why?
Parental optimism about childhood obesity-related disease risks.Academic Article Why?
Parental Predictions and Perceptions Regarding Long-Term Childhood Obesity-Related Health Risks.Academic Article Why?
Complications of Severe Childhood ObesityGrant Why?
A prospective study of in-utero exposure to magnetic fields and the risk of childhood obesity.Academic Article Why?
Associations between childhood obesity and upper and lower extremity injuries.Academic Article Why?
Child obesity associated with social disadvantage of children's neighborhoods.Academic Article Why?
Childhood obesity and metabolic imprinting: the ongoing effects of maternal hyperglycemia.Academic Article Why?
Childhood obesity and risk of pediatric multiple sclerosis and clinically isolated syndrome.Academic Article Why?
Childhood obesity is associated with increased risk of most lower extremity fractures.Academic Article Why?
Estimating Childhood Obesity Prevalence in Communities Through Multi-institutional Data Sharing.Academic Article Why?
Increased asthma risk and asthma-related health care complications associated with childhood obesity.Academic Article Why?
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