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Schools have the potential to make valuable contributions to both the prevention and treatment of childhood obesity.
This article reviews the research on school-based interventions to prevent and treat obesity. A literature search from
1965 to the present on school-based treatment of obesity, identi®ed 11 controlled experimental studies. The results
show positive, though modest short-term results. Relatively few primary prevention research studies, targeted
speci®cally to preventing obesity, have been conducted. Therefore, ef®cacy has not been established. Both primary
and secondary obesity interventions have a role in schools. A comprehensive, integrated model for school-based
obesity prevention is presented. This model, building upon the comprehensive school health program model, consists
of eight interacting components: health instruction; health services; school environment; food service; school-site
health promotion for faculty and staff; social support services; physical education classes; and integrated and linked
family and community health promotion efforts. While multi-faceted community-wide efforts are needed to address
the growing problem of obesity, schools are in a unique position to play a pivotal role in promoting healthy lifestyles
and helping to prevent obesity
The strategy of secondary prevention for obesity,
addressed in the previous section, targets children
and adolescents who are overweight. An alternative
approach is to provide obesity prevention interventions
to all children, independent of their risk status.
The rationale for this broader approach is that even
though obese children represent a high-risk group,
most people who will eventually become obese, are
not overweight as children.27 Little attention has been
paid to a population-based approach, which would use
the schools to attempt to reduce the number of
children who become obese, or to modify behavioural
and environmental conditions which might be contributory
to developing or maintaining obesity in
children.24 Three major components within schools
have potential for contributing to the prevention of
obesity: the physical education program, classroom
health education and the school food service.24
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