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This concept of eating too much and moving around too little is actually one of the most observable and significant child obesity factors.
In a survey conducted to gauge the influence of parents on their children's obesity factors, specifically physical activity levels and eating behaviors, 127 parents of second-, third- and fourth-graders answered questions to determine whether they recognized obesity factors in their children and could correctly classify their child's weight status.
Overweight and obesity factors contributing to obesity: Biological, behavioral and environmental factors associated with overweight and obesity.
Monitoring the child and family who are positive for a number of obesity factors allows early intervention for prevention of obesity.