InCHIP Obesity Research Featured by Connecticut Health I-Team

InCHIP PI Kim Gans
InCHIP PI Kim Gans

Recent research by InCHIP PI and Professor of Human Development and Family Studies Kim Gans was featured in a Connecticut Health I-Team article, which appeared in the Hartford Courant and CT Post as well. The research examined feeding and physical activity practices in home-based day care settings through focus groups with Hispanic female providers. It was one of six InCHIP studies published in a special section of the October issue of Childhood Obesity.