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Longitudinal Study: LSAC
Title: Contribution of discretionary food and drink consumption to socio-economic inequalities in children's weight: prospective study of Australian children
Authors: Backholer, K 
Gearon, K 
Peeters, A 
Chung, A 
Publication Date: 4-Mar-2018
Keywords: socio-economic position
children's weight
discretionary foods
Abstract: In high-income countries, children with a lower socio-economic position (SEP) are more likely to gain excess weight compared with children with a higher SEP. The extent to which children’s consumption of discretionary food and drinks contributes to the development of these inequalities over childhood has not been examined.
Keywords: Families -- Socio-economic status; Children; Health -- Obesity; Health -- Nutrition
Research collection: Journal Articles
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