The First One Thousand Days

To prevent childhood obesity, support families from the very start

The first 1,000 days of a baby’s life—i.e., the beginning of pregnancy through the child’s second year—have long been recognized as critical period that profoundly shapes a child’s intellectual and physical development. But it’s also a time when childhood obesity can first take root, making it an especially promising window for targeted interventions.


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