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Parental obesity may be tied to developmental delays in kids : wctrib

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Parental obesity may be tied to developmental delays in kids

Parental obesity may be tied to developmental delays in kids

Parental obesity may be tied to developmental delays in kids

Based on parents’ reports, children with obese mothers were 67 percent more likely to have delayed fine motor skill development by age 3 compared to kids with normal or underweight mothers, even after accounting for the father’s weight, the study found.With obese fathers, children were 71 percent more likely to have deficits in personal and social skills after taking their mothers’ weight into account, the study also found.When both parents were obese, kids were almost three times more likely to struggle with problem-solving.

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Parent obesity may affect child development, study says

Parent obesity may affect child development, study says

Parent obesity may affect child development, study says

(CNN) Being overweight may impact not only your health but your future child’s development as well, a new study suggests.Children of obese parents may be at risk for developmental delays, says the study, published in the journal PediatricsIn the United States, an estimated one in five women is obese when they get pregnant, registering a body mass index above 30.The healthy average is between 18.5 and 24.9.

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‘Workplace cake culture’ may fuel obesity risk

‘Workplace cake culture’ may fuel obesity risk

'Workplace cake culture' may fuel obesity risk

LondonSharing sweet treats at workplace may be contributing to several health problems such as obesity and poor oral hygiene, experts in the UK have warned.It may be a case of managers wanting to reward staff, colleagues wanting to celebrate or people bringing presents back from their holidays that sees sugary snacks going into the workplace, said Professor Nigel Hunt, dean Faculty of Dental Surgery at the Royal College of Surgeons in the UK.However, it was detrimental to employees’ health and they should make a New Year’s resolution to “combat cake culture” in 2017, he said.

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