2 edition of Measurement of health and nutrition effects of large-scale nutrition intervention projects found in the catalog.
Measurement of health and nutrition effects of large-scale nutrition intervention projects
|Statement||Jean-Pierre Habicht and William P. Butz.|
|Series||Rand note -- N-1601-RF|
|Contributions||Butz, William P.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||38 p. :|
|Number of Pages||38|
Impacting the weight and health of children has proven to be difficult in other intervention studies and few large scale projects have been reported. The FLIP and E-FLIP projects are targeting two nontraditional and underserved populations - those receiving Medicaid benefits and those living in rural areas. Bruce W. Austin Research Associate Educational Psychology and LPRC Pullman campus Cleveland Hall Pullman, WA [email protected] CURRICULUM VITAE WARNS Bruce Austin holds two master’s degrees, one in Educational Psychology, and one in Statistics. He is a research associate working with the university's Learning and Performance Research Center (LPRC).
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Priorities for intervention. Interventions to protect and support early child development start before conception and continue through download pdf and childbirth into early childhood (box) Protecting children from illness and ensuring adequate nutrition are essential but not sufficient.
Children need to grow in a caring, safe, and stimulating environment that provides opportunities for Cited by: Most school-based prevention programs include nutrition education ebook exercise components. Resnicow () reviews six studies showing significant benefits of intervention.
Other studies that evaluated the effects of physical education on childhood adiposity show less promise.