Parents-only treatment is as effective for obese childrenA study by a researcher at the University of California, San Diego School of Medicine LED indicates that parents only treatments for obesity work just as well as plans that include parents and child, while more cost-effective and potentially easier for families. Today today in the advanced online edition of the journal Obesity.
Visit for more information about weight loss programs for children and young people, here.Other participants in the study include Guy Cafri, UCSD Child and Adolescent Services Research Center, and Scott J. University of Minnesota. The study was supported in part by a grant from the National Institutes of Health. Source: University of California.Bayer Diagnostics comprehensive See portfolio includes a plurality of innate and acquired conditions, including the: allergies, anemia, autoimmune disorders, cardiovascular / cardiac, diabetes, fertility, infections, HIV / AIDS, urinary tract infections, kidney and metabolic operational, thyroid function, oncology and virology and immunosuppressive treatment and therapeutic drug monitoring. Wellbeing Division global HQ Tarrytown, New York, and work as a member from Bayer HealthCare is LLC.