Temple study examines link between parenting and kids’ eating habits

    It doesn’t just matter what’s in your child’s glass at the dinner table; it matters how big the glass is. Temple University is examining how simple things like portion control can help parents and their kids have a better relationship around food.

    Researchers there tell WHYY’s Taunya English the university is hoping to enroll low-income moms in a study to determine if authoritative parents — with the help of nutrition tips — can get their kids to eat healthier.

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