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  • Parents could be causing kids' unhealthy eating habits
  • Parents could be causing kids' unhealthy eating habits
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Parents could be causing kids' unhealthy eating habits

Findings from Cornell University’s Food and Brand Lab suggest that commenting on your daughter’s weight can lead to dissatisfaction with her body in later life. While explicit criticism is damaging to a teen's self-image, parents could use support from brands to achieve healthier eating habits.

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