The complexity of child overweight and obesity has been discussed in a substantial amount of literature. Yet few attempts have been made to disentangle the complexity. It is hypothesised that child weight status is influenced by multilevel factors operating within a highly complex set of social, cultural and economic conditions. Opportunities for activity or exercise and material resources, among other things, further constrain behaviour. These factors are important translators and mediators of...[Show more]
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