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Improving the Physical Activity and Nutrition Environment Through Self-Assessment (NAP SACC) in Rural Area Child Care Centers in North Carolina

Description
Presents results from a study designed to determine if rural child care centers in western North Carolina meet recommendations for nutrition and physical activity. Also examines whether focusing on nutrition and physical activity is effective in improving the center environment, and if differences exist between school-affiliated and unaffiliated care centers.
Author(s)
Rebecca A. Battista, Hillary Oakley, Melissa S. Weddell, et al.
Citation
Preventive Medicine, 67(S1), S10-S16
Date
2014
Type
Document
Tagged as
Child care · Children and youth · Food security and nutrition · Obesity and weight control · Physical activity · Schools · Statistics and data · Wellness, health promotion, and disease prevention · North Carolina