How useful are government measures against childhood obesity? Emma Rich | July 4, 2006 | Click here for Blog | 1 Comment 4th July 2006, Today i took part in a discussion on BBC Radio 4 ‘womans hour’ with Tam Fry, Honorary Chaiman of the Child Growth Foundation. Details below, listen to the discussion here Share this:Twitter Related Posts Surveillance and Society Review The Medicalization of Cyberspace No Comments | Mar 19, 2009 Book launch – Men and the war on obesity No Comments | Feb 20, 2009 Prosthetic Surveillance No Comments | Mar 19, 2009 Gender, Sport and Society – GSSF No Comments | Jun 28, 2006 About The Author Emma Rich One Comment tfootitt May 17, 2008 Reply I have memories of going to see the school nurse for regular weigh in sessions and being told to cut out certain foods, fortunately, my parents encouraged me to ignore this (which I did) and continued to eat as I had been doing because I would lose it in my teenage years, Guess what – I did! You can’t have one measurement and apply it to all without taking other factors in to account because as in my case, it doesn’t work. You’re doing great work Emma. Add a Comment Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment:*Name:* Email Address:* Website: Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.