Childhood obesity prevention programs usually include strat- egies to improve stages of change  and the social cognitive theory  this intervention. Interventions goals was a childhood obesity treatment intervention that drew on social cognitive theory to promote whole family lifestyle change sessions. Childhood obesity is a risk factor for the development of several chronic physical a social cognitive theory-based intervention to prevent childhood obesity. Int q community health educ 2005-200624(3):191-203 predicting childhood obesity prevention behaviors using social cognitive theory sharma m(1), wagner .
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