responsive parenting intervention results in lower bmi’s through age 3 | source: national institutes of health (nih)

A recent study conducted by the National Institutes of Health (NIH) found that first-time moms who responded appropriately to cues for hunger, feeding, and other behaviors in their newborns significantly improved BMI scores of their child through age 3.

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