Moms Who Stay at Home or Work Full Time Tend to Have Overweight Kids: Australian Study

by Thilaka Ravi on  April 8, 2010 at 12:22 PM Child Health News
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Moms Who Stay at Home or Work Full Time Tend to Have Overweight Kids: Australian Study
Stay at home mums are more likely to have overweight children, an Australian study found.

The study also found that mums who work full time are more likely to have fatter children than those who work part time.
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Children whose mothers worked part time watched less TV, ate less junk food and were more active.

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"Mums who work part time are better able to balance their work demands with family life," the Daily Express quoted professor Jan Nicholson as saying.

Source: ANI
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