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Enhancing self-regulation as a strategy for obesity prevention in Head Start preschoolers: The Growing Healthy study

An examination of the effectiveness and feasibility of two obesity prevention interventions--the Preschool Obesity Prevention Series (POPS) and POPS plus the Incredible Years Series (IYS), an evidence-based approach to improving self-regulation among preschool-aged children, delivered by community-based nutrition educators and Head Start staff to low income preschoolers and their parents, based on data from 600 low income Michigan Head Start preschoolers and their parents
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United States

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