Rapid Eating and Obesity Risk in Early Childhood: Can Eating Speed be RePaced?
Dr. Myles S. Faith is a Professor of Councling in the School of Educational Psychology at the University of Buffalo Graduate School of Education. He is an expert on childhood obesity and the eating behavior of kids, as well as parents as agents of change for their children. He can discuss factors influencing healthy eating habits at school and at home. As a researcher, Faith studies how the family and other social groups may contribute to the treatment of pediatric obesity, as well as how children’s temperaments may influence eating behavior and body weight. He is interested in how parents and caregivers can incorporate positive strategies to encourage healthy eating. His work includes using telemedicine to treat childhood obesity at home in the context.
Dr. Myles Faith will present a seminar entitled, "Rapid Eating and Obesity Risk in Early Childhood: Can Eating Speed be RePaced?” on Wednesday, September 29th at 11:30am.
*If you are interested in attending this Seminar, please email Staff Support, Amber Tweebeeke, to receive the Zoom link and password.
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