Parents are not to blame for the growing levels of teenage obesity, a study suggests, after researchers found that peers are more influential.
A recent SERMO poll found that the majority of doctors (69%) think that parents are mostly or completely to blame for childhood obesity. Thirty percent of respondents said parents are somewhat to blame and only 1 percent said they weren’t to blame at all. The poll received 2,258 responses from doctors around the world.
Are parents to blame for producing obese children