International Journal of Home Science
2020, VOL. 6 ISSUE 3, PART A
Do negligent parents have obese children – a critique
Author(s): Dr. Sudesh Rawal
Over the past years, the rates of childhood obesity has grown significantly, raising fear about the potential health and well-being of millions of children worldwide. Measures to help solve what has become known as the "obesity crisis" remain difficult considering children's insecurity and the dynamic existence of their climate. Early world of an infant, while somewhat small, is mainly comprised of the family. The family tends to be a strong tool even when the world of the infant grows to include peers and school as the infant matures. Parents are core members which affect the actions of a child. They do it by performing their position by parenting. Parenting refers to behaviors that parents perform with their child in order to promote physical, interpersonal-emotional and mental wellbeing and well-being over the lifetime of the child.
How to cite this article:
Dr. Sudesh Rawal. Do negligent parents have obese children – a critique. International Journal of Home Science. 2020; 6(3): 11-12.