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Immigrants may bring such inclinations with them to the United States.
When immigrants come to the United States, they enter an environment in which they and their children are inundated with advertisements and opportunities to purchase food that is of low nutritional quality.
We estimated a second growth curve model for children of immigrants only.
Description: Immigrant parents may be more permissive regarding food consumption Brewis and Schmidtmay be unaware of the health risks associated with junk food and inactivity, or may have different perceptions of a healthy weight, particularly in the case of boys Maynard et al. Please click here to manage your MP3 cart content.