New Search   |  
Title:
A dose-response relationship between short sleeping hours and childhood obesity: Results of the Toyama Birth Cohort Study
Year:
2002
Publication Type:
Journal Article
Details:
Child: Care, Health and Development 28 (2) pg 163-170
Abstract:
Objective: To explore the risk factors for obesity, with a special focus on sleeping habits, in Japanese children. Design: Correlational study. Participants completed a questionnaire. Logistical regression analysis for relationships between parent and child obesity. Subjects and Setting: N=8274 children (n=4194 males and continued
See Synopsis
Age Group:
Adulthood (18 yrs & older), Childhood (birth-12 yrs)
Study Design:
Correlational Study
Source of Funding:
Ministry of Health and Welfare H10-Child-020 and Tokayama Medical Association
 
This Article’s Subject term:
 
Narrower Subject term:
 
Broader Subject term:
© Boston Children's Hospital 2014 | All Rights Reserved
For permissions, contact Center on Media and Child Health
CMCH BCH3186 | 300 Longwood Avenue | Boston, MA 02115
cmch@childrens.harvard.edu | 617-355-5420