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Title: Child care licensing: Revised standards encourage healthy habits
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Source: Texas Child Care, Winter 2011, : ,pg Online-  
Subjects: Obesity in children - Prevention Day care centers
Additional Information: Let's Move.
Ref ID: 92335
 
Title: Gaining cost, losing time: Cost growing along with waistlines
Authors: Wangrin,Mark
Source: Fiscal Notes, Jul-11, : ,pg 3-5-  
Subjects: Obesity
Additional Information: Map: Overweight nation 2009; Chart: 1- Obesity prevalance trends in Texas Adult, 1990-2009; 2- In 2009, 2/3 of Texans were overweight or clinically obese; 3- Texas business costs attributable to obesity in 2009; Graph: Total projected obesity cost to Texa
Ref ID: 91858
 
Title: State of Texas: The obesity epidemic
Authors: Mann,Dave
Source: Texas Observer, December 2012, 104 :12 ,pg 26-  
Subjects: Obesity Diabetes Medical care Cost of - Texas
Additional Information: Charts depicting percentage of Texans who are obese and who have diabetes, and medical care costs associated with obesity.
Ref ID: 95200
 
Title: Texas parenting news: Heavyweight or healthy weight?
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Source: Texas Child Care, 2010, 33 :4 ,pg Insert-  
Subjects: Obesity in children Children--Nutrition Exercise for children
Additional Information: ID: 338; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 89092
 
Title: Heavyweight or healthy weight?: Teaching children about food and fitness
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Source: Texas Child Care, 2010, 33 :4 ,pg 24- 31
Subjects: Obesity in children Children--Nutrition Exercise for children Video games and children
Additional Information: ID: 342; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 89096
 
Title: Changing the way America eats
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Source: Advocate, 2010, 29 :3 ,pg 10- 13
Subjects: National school lunch program Obesity in children Children--Nutrition
Additional Information: ID: 362; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 89112
 
Title: Whole grains and unusual beans: Simple, nutritious, and tasty
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Source: Texas Child Care, 2009, 32 :4 ,pg 34- 42
Subjects: Grain in human nutrition Beans - Varieties Obesity in children Children - Health and hygiene
Additional Information: ID: 1312; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 79827
 
Title: The fight to stay fit: Rio Grande City CISD honored for battling childhood obesity
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Source: Texas Lone Star, 2009, 27 :5 ,pg 50- 51
Subjects: School districts - Awards Obesity in children - Prevention
Additional Information: ID: 1344; Healthy Community Leadership Award.; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 79857
 
Title: The economics of obesity in Texas: One year later; Obese lifestyles remain on of the greatest threats tothe health of Texan and the stability of their state economy
Authors: Castellon,Michael
Source: Fiscal Notes, 2008, :    
Subjects: Obesity
Additional Information: ID: 8324; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 46123
 
Title: The skinny on obesity
Authors: O'Connell,Mitch
Source: Texas Monthly, 2008, 36 :2 ,pg 192- 193
Subjects: Obesity in children Combs Susan
Additional Information: ID: 8440; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 49118
 
Title: Identifying priority areas for longitudinal research in childhood obesity: Delphi technique survey
Authors: Byrne,Susan;Wake,Melissa;Blumberg,Deborah;Dibley,Michael
Source: International Journal of Pediatric Obesity, 2008, 3 :2 ,pg 120- 122
Subjects: Experimentation Longitudinal Studies Obesity Pediatrics Environmental Effects Mental Health Physical Health Protective Factors Risk Factors Human Australia longitudinal research childhood obesity environmental factors
Additional Information: ID: 5563; FC: Electronic; AE: Childhood (birth-12 yrs); GI: Dr Blumberg was funded by the Australian Child and Adolescent Obesity Research Network for this project. Dr Byrne is funded by an NHMRC Australian Public Health Training Fellowship, and Dr Wake is part-funded by NHMRC Population Health Career Development Award #284556.; LR: 20090706 (PsycINFO)
Ref ID: 93995
 
Title: Heavy costs
Authors:
Source: Fiscal Notes, 2007, : ,pg back cover-  
Subjects: Obesity
Additional Information: ID: 6864; Graph: Distribution of estimated costs attributed to adult obesity in Texas 2005.; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 43763
 
Title: Weighing the costs: Obesity affects the work force
Authors: Wright,Bruce
Source: Fiscal Notes, 2007, : ,pg 1+-  
Subjects: Obesity
Additional Information: ID: 6858; Chart: 1. BMI=; 2. Obesity prevalence trends in Texas adults 1990-2005; 3. Projected adult obesity trends in Texas 1990-2025; 4. Costs to private businesses and insurers attribute to obesity ( in billions).; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 50856
 
Title: Making wellness a policy: Ensuring proper student nutrition an urgent issue for trustees
Authors: Littlepage,Kathleen
Source: Texas Lone Star, 2006, 24 :1   11
Subjects: Nutrition policy Obesity in children
Additional Information: ID: 4668; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 48244
 
Title: Books and the culture: Hefty business
Authors: Defore,John
Source: Texas Observer, 2004, 96 :12 ,pg 22-  
Subjects: Obesity Spurlock Morgan School children - Food - Motion pictures McDonald's Restaurants
Additional Information: ID: 27540; Discussion of documentary film Super Size Me by Morgan Spurlock.; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 31215
 
Title: Books and the culture: Hefty business
Authors: Defore,John
Source: Texas Observer, 2004, 96 :12 ,pg 22-  
Subjects: Business McDonald's Restaurants Obesity School children - Food - Motion pictures Spurlock Morgan
Additional Information: ID: 27540; Discussion of documentary film Super Size Me by Morgan Spurlock.; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 78210
 
Title: Health: Trimming the fat; Poor diet and inactivity hurt children and state's future
Authors: Wagner,Pam
Source: Fiscal Notes, 2004, : ,pg 12- 13
Subjects: Education Obesity School children - Health and hygiene Texas Education Agency
Additional Information: ID: 27944; Coordinated Approach to Child Health (CATCH); Texas Education Agency Rules; S.B. 19 School Health Advisory Council (SHAC); Table:1-Epidemic proportions.; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 79163
 
Title: Food for thought: New law compels joint study on public school nutrition
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Source: Texas Lone Star, 2004, 22 :1    
Subjects: Obesity in children School children - Food - Law and legislation
Additional Information: ID: 27081; Senate Bill 474.; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 27573
 
Title: Food for thought: New law compels joint study on public school nutrition
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Source: Texas Lone Star, 2004, 22 :1    
Subjects: Obesity in children School children - Food - Law and legislation
Additional Information: ID: 27081; Senate Bill 474.; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 77266
 
Title: Texas parenting news: Help your child attain a healthy weight
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Source: Texas Child Care, 2003, 27 :1 ,pg Insert-  
Subjects: Children - Nutrition Obesity in children Parenting
Additional Information: ID: 22912; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 74738
 
Title: Childhood obesity: The caregiver's role
Authors: Haschke,Bernadette
Source: Texas Child Care, 2003, 27 :1 ,pg 28- 35
Subjects: Children - Nutrition Obesity in children
Additional Information: ID: 22922; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 75802
 
Title: Texas parenting news: Help your child attain a healthy weight
Authors:
Source: Texas Child Care, 2003, 27 :1 ,pg Insert-  
Subjects: Obesity in children Children - Nutrition
Additional Information: ID: 22912; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 25601
 
Title: Childhood obesity: The caregiver's role
Authors: Haschke,Bernadette
Source: Texas Child Care, 2003, 27 :1 ,pg 28- 35
Subjects: Obesity in children Children - Nutrition
Additional Information: ID: 22922; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 33663
 
Title: On health: Perilously plump - Why does Texas have four of the ten fattest cities in America? The answers lie at the heart of our culture
Authors: Atkinson,Jim
Source: Texas Monthly, 2002, 30 :4 ,pg 74+-  
Subjects: Obesity
Additional Information: ID: 20388; Cities: Houston, Dallas, Fort Worth, and San Antonio.; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 71997
 
Title: On health: Perilously plump - Why does Texas have four of the ten fattest cities in America? The answers lie at the heart of our culture
Authors: Atkinson,Jim
Source: Texas Monthly, 2002, 30 :4 ,pg 74+-  
Subjects: Obesity
Additional Information: ID: 20388; Cities: Houston, Dallas, Fort Worth, and San Antonio.; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 28416
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