Many parents think they know how to spot obesity, yet they easily fail to notice it in their own children.
However, if their child is significantly bigger (or smaller) than his peers, they inevitably worry that he is overweight (or underweight). This can lead to inappropriate restrictions on food intake or overfeeding.
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