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Int. J. Environ. Res. Public Health, Volume 17, Issue 17 (September-1 2020) – 426 articles
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Cover Story (view full-size image) Early feeding practices influence the development of children’s eating habits and growth, but [...] Read more. Early feeding practices influence the development of children’s eating habits and growth, but studies have rarely included fathers. Outcome data from a sub-set of participants in an efficacious intervention that promoted positive feeding practices to first-time mothers of healthy term infants were linked to parallel data from corresponding fathers recruited post hoc. Within 70 parent dyads (children aged 2–3 years), fathers self-reported more controlling, non-responsive and hence less positive feeding practices. There was some evidence for modest indirect positive intervention effects on paternal feeding practices. These preliminary results speak to the importance and promise of including fathers in early feeding interventions. View this paper.