Child Obesity Who Is Really Responsible?

Parents overlook the issue of child obesity and unknowingly implement unhealthy habits in their home due to busy work schedules.

They prefer that their children remain in the home for safety reasons, which gives children the option of spending time on electronics.

They will also implement other unhealthy habits such as investing in fast food and allowing their children to laze about throughout the day.

Because parents have such busy work schedules, they might not spend as much time as they should participating in fun, physical activities with their children.

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