New research suggest parents often fail to recognize that their own child is overweight, despite the emerging epidemic of childhood obesity.
University of Nebraska-Lincoln researchers discovered that although childhood obesity rates in the U.S. have tripled during the past 30 years, more than half of parents do not recognize that their child is overweight.
Alyssa Lundahl and her adviser, Dr. Timothy Nelson, an assistant professor of psychology, sought a clear answer on when and whether parents realize their children are overweight.
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