Kids’ personalities may influence food portion size

January 15, 2014

By Lizette Borreli Assessing a child’s personality may be an effective way to ward off childhood obesity in unhealthy kids. Extroverts are found to serve themselves more food than introverts regardless of whether they’re given a large or small bowl, according to a recent study. In the United States the rate of childhood obesity has doubled over […]

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