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The association of TV viewing during dinner meals with quality of dietary intake and BMI z-scores among low income ethnic minority preschool children.

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Summary of "The association of TV viewing during dinner meals with quality of dietary intake and BMI z-scores among low income ethnic minority preschool children."

TV viewing has been associated with children's weight status and is thought to be mediated mostly through children's dietary intake. However, the mechanisms underlying this association are not understood.

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