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Library Help - Don't forget to evaluate your sources.

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Library Help - Find articles on Google Scholar

Library Help - Find articles on Google Scholar | HPS202 Assessment | Scoop.it

Did you know you can also use Google Scholar to find articles from journals that Deakin University library subscribes to?

 

Set your preferences to link to Deakin Library databases:

Go to Settings>Library Links>Key in Deakin University Library>Save

 

It's that simple!  Go to www.scholar.google.com

 

When you do your search look for the WebBridge@Deakin link to the right of the article details which will enable you to access the full text of the article.

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Statistics - Overweight and obesity (AIHW)

Statistics - Overweight and obesity (AIHW) | HPS202 Assessment | Scoop.it

AIHW offer current statistics and information regarding Australian health and welfare.  A fantastic resource for understanding Health issues from a Government perspective.

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News - Educated parents promote healthy eating habits, prevent childhood obesity

News - Educated parents promote healthy eating habits, prevent childhood obesity | HPS202 Assessment | Scoop.it
Almost 15,000 children aged between two and nine years old took part in the study. The level of education of parents has an influence on the frequency with which their children eat foods linked to obesity.
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Information - Obese Parents Influence Children's Weight

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Children whose parents are overweight or obese are at higher risk for becoming obese themselves, studies have shown. A study in the Journal of Pediatrics, for instance, found five independent risk factors for childhood overweight. The main risk factor was parental weight.

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Article: Oral Health Behavior of Parents as a Predictor of Oral Health Status of Their Children

Article: Oral Health Behavior of Parents as a Predictor of Oral Health Status of Their Children | HPS202 Assessment | Scoop.it

It is widely acknowledged that the behavior of parents, and in particular mothers, affects their children's health. It is also about oral health that the role of parents is very important, because they are the main caregivers of oral health to their children during the first three years of life, even in preschool, parents are still the main supplier of children's oral health.

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Article: Predicting Obesity in Young Adulthood from Childhood and Parental Obesity

Article: Predicting Obesity in Young Adulthood from Childhood and Parental Obesity | HPS202 Assessment | Scoop.it

Childhood obesity increases the risk of obesity in adulthood, but how parental obesity affects the chances of a child's becoming an obese adult is unknown. We investigated the risk of obesity in young adulthood associated with both obesity in childhood and obesity in one or both parents.

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Article - Splash!: a prospective birth cohort study of the impact of environmental, social and family-level influences on child oral health and obesity related risk factors an...

Article - Splash!: a prospective birth cohort study of the impact of environmental, social and family-level influences on child oral health and obesity related risk factors an... | HPS202 Assessment | Scoop.it
Dental caries (decay) is the most prevalent disease of childhood. It is often left untreated and can impact negatively on general health, and physical, developmental, social and learning outcomes.
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Policy Brief: Childhood obesity & dental disease: common causes, common solutions

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News: Research strengthens link between obesity and dental health in homeless children | think:blog

News: Research strengthens link between obesity and dental health in homeless children | think:blog | HPS202 Assessment | Scoop.it
Blog for Case Western Reserve University research magazine, Think
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Review: Parental influence and obesity prevention in pre-schoolers: a systematic review of interventions

Review: Parental influence and obesity prevention in pre-schoolers: a systematic review of interventions | HPS202 Assessment | Scoop.it

Obesity is difficult to reverse in older children and adults and calls have been made to implement obesity prevention strategies during the formative pre-school years.

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Library Help - Source 'gold standard' articles wherever possible.

Library Help - Source  'gold standard' articles wherever possible. | HPS202 Assessment | Scoop.it

Not all scholarly articles are the same.  Look for those that report on orginal research:  studies, experiments, surveys etc.  Other articles such as literature reviews and meta analyses can provide useful references to original research.

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Library Help - Finding journal articles

Library Help - Finding journal articles | HPS202 Assessment | Scoop.it

From the library homepage:  www.deakin.edu.au/library

 

For a quick search of articles key in your search terms in the search box and tick Discover More.

 

To search psychology-related databases only:

Go to A-Z Databases>Popular Databases>EBSCOHost databases

 

Select the following databases:

Academic Search Complete

PsycINFO

Psychology & Behavioral Sciences Complete

 

Go to the Library Resource Guide for Psychology for more great resources!

http://deakin.libguides.com/psychology

 

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Article - Nutritional Child Neglect: a Review

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The purpose of this report is to review some aspects of nutritional neglect in children that are often put aside, such as: child nutritional neglect from loving parents and caring medical staff, obese adults who have been nutritionally neglected in their childhood, children that becomes obese due to nutritional neglect from their parents, when severe childhood obesity becomes medical neglect and a child protection issue, alcoholic parents and if their addiction affects the nutrition of their children and social aspects of children’s deaths due to nutritional negligence.

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Government Information - Nutrition - Child Family Community Australia

Government Information - Nutrition - Child Family Community Australia | HPS202 Assessment | Scoop.it

Information on Nutrition from the Australian Institute of Family Studies.  Remember to explore these Government websites for further information on your topic.

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Parental influence on children’s food preferences and energy intake (EUFIC)

Parental influence on children’s food preferences and energy intake (EUFIC) | HPS202 Assessment | Scoop.it
New research suggests that the food preferences of young children could be related to their risk of becoming obese later in life.
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News - Children dental health reflects parent’s habits

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Children learn by example. Yet, many parents seem to think their youngsters will adopt healthy habits on their own, even when the parents’ own behavior sets the stage for disease.
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Article - The Contribution of Dietary Factors to Dental Caries and Disparities in Caries

Article - The Contribution of Dietary Factors to Dental Caries and Disparities in Caries | HPS202 Assessment | Scoop.it

Malnutrition (under or over nutrition) in children is often a consequence of inappropriate infant and childhood feeding practices and dietary behaviors associated with limited access to fresh, nutrient dense foods substituting instead, high-energy low cost and nutrient poor sugary and fatty foods

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Article: Brief oral health promotion intervention among parents of young children to reduce early childhood dental decay.

Article: Brief oral health promotion intervention among parents of young children to reduce early childhood dental decay. | HPS202 Assessment | Scoop.it

Early health behavioural factors, including dietary practices and eating patterns, can play a major role in the initiation and development of oral diseases, particularly dental caries.

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Article: Dental caries and childhood obesity: roles of diet and socioeconomic status

Article: Dental caries and childhood obesity: roles of diet and socioeconomic status | HPS202 Assessment | Scoop.it

Caries and obesity coexist in children of low socioeconomic status. Public health measures to improve dietary education and access to appropriate foodstuffs could decrease the risk of both diseases.

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Review: Obesity and dental caries in children: a systematic review and meta-analysis

Review: Obesity and dental caries in children: a systematic review and meta-analysis | HPS202 Assessment | Scoop.it

Obesity and dental caries have become increasingly prevalent challenges to public health. Research results into the relationship between obesity and dental caries in children have been mixed and inconclusive. The aim of this review and meta-analysis was to provide evidence to quantify the relationship between obesity and dental caries in children using a systematic approach.

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Opinion: Relationship Between Obesity And Dental Decay In Children

Opinion: Relationship Between Obesity And Dental Decay In Children | HPS202 Assessment | Scoop.it

Sitting and snacking on treats in front of the television for several hours a day increases a child's risk of developing dental decay?

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