II Research and Strategies
III Health of the Father
IV General Approaches
V Key Principles
VII Some examples of opportunistic Preconception Promotional Activities
VIII Research and Evaluation
- submitted by Tekla Hendrickson of the Best Start: Ontario's Maternal, Newborn and Early Child Development Resource Centre, email@example.com.
Healthy Child Development
A. Introduction / Overview
B. How is obesity defined?
C. What causes obesity?
D. Why is obesity such a health risk? The link to chronic disease -
E. What can be done to prevent obesity?
F. What can be done to treat obesity?
G. A Call to Action for Communities
H. Sample Initiatives
I. Print References
by Nancy Dubois, (firstname.lastname@example.org) with the assistance of Erica Di Ruggiero.
B. The Connection Between Positive Parenting and Healthy Child Development
C. The Need for The Parenting Alliance
D. A Means to an End
by Bernadette Navarro, Communications Coordinator, The Parenting Alliance.
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Note from the OHPE Team: Bernadette's article provides a wonderful starting point and we would love to feature more articles on this topic. If you are interested in writing for us -- for example on teen parenting, the effects of low socioeconomic status on parenting, or involving parents directly in programming -- please contact email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org.
O.A.F.C.C.D. c/o Sharen Heath - President
13 Segal Drive,
(519) 842-9506 Fax. (519) 842-3228
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