Early Childhood Nutrition Surveillance Optimization

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Early Childhood Nutrition Surveillance Optimization
United States of America
To optimize surveillance and measurement of early child health by adding questions on diet, feeding practices, screen-time, and/or activity to the National Survey of Children’s Health, and assessing the availability of training products or tools for early care and education or home visiting settings on appropriate measurement of key child behaviors and healthy growth.

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