Only-children are more likely to be obese than kids with siblings, according to a study which found that families with multiple children tend to make more healthy eating decisions. The study, published in the Journal of Nutrition Education and Behavior, found that only-children, who researchers refer to as “singletons,” had less healthy family eating practices and beverage choices.
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November 8, 2019