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Dec 24, 2012 ... OBJECTIVE: Few studies have comprehensively examined weight-based
victimization (WBV) in youth, despite its serious consequences for ...
Jan 1, 2011 ... OBJECTIVES: The objectives were to describe weight loss in a multiethnic
population of first-born, predominantly breastfed, term infants and to ...
association between excess weight loss among breastfed infants ... reported.
abstract. OBJECTIVES: The objectives were to describe weight loss in a
Weight-Loss Camp for Older Children and Adolescents. WHAT'S KNOWN ON
THIS SUBJECT: Several studies have reported on results of residential summer ...
A more accurate method in children with acute dehydration is change in body
weight; all short-term weight loss > 1%/day is presumed to represent fluid deficit.
Large Maternal Weight Loss From Obesity Surgery. Prevents Transmission of
Obesity to Children Who. Were Followed for 2 to 18 Years. John G. Kral, MD,
Jul 1, 2005 ... Abstract. Objective. The evidence base for child obesity treatment is weak.
Children's weight-loss camps, despite their popularity, have not ...
there has been little comprehensive assessment of weight-based victimization,
especially in weight loss treatment–seeking samples of youth. WHAT THIS ...
Dec 1, 2005 ... Children and adolescents are often involved in sports in which weight loss or
weight gain is perceived as an advantage. This policy statement ...
dividualized intervention may be an effective means for promoting weight loss in
overweight Mexican American children. www.pediatrics.org/cgi/doi/10.1542/.