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Using childcare programs as a portal for changing the eating behaviors of young children

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Highlights of a study of the effects of a mentoring intervention for early childhood educators on the promotion of healthy eating behaviors and body weight for infants and toddlers in south central Pennsylvania, and a discussion of policy implications for the systemic fight against childhood obesity

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United States
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Pennsylvania

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