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a state of complete physical, mental, and social well-being and not merely the absence of disease or infirmity. 1b
removal of soil and dirt with water and soap, as opposed to sanitizing and disinfecting. 2b
involves not only the removal of soil and dirt (cleaning) but also the removal of some germs with additional chemical agents. 3b
involves the use of chemical agents and other procedures that remove virtually all germs, as opposed to cleaning and sanitizing. 4b
Body Mass Index (BMI) 5a
a measure of a child’s weight in relation to his or her height. 5b
Childhood Overweight 6a
a BMI at or above the 85 th percentile and lower than the 95 th percentile for children of the same age and sex. 6b
Childhood Obesity 7a
a BMI at or above the 95 th percentile for children of the same age and sex. 7b
Clean Plate Club 8a
the expectation that children are to eat everything on their plate. Nutritionists do not consider this strategy helpful in addressing childhood overweight and obesity. 8b
Child Maltreatment 9a
acts of abuse or neglect by a parent or other caregiver that result in harm, the potential for harm, or the threat of harm. 9b
the failure of a parent or caregiver to provide for the basic needs of a child. 10b
Physical Abuse 11a
the nonaccidental infliction of pain or injury. 11b
Sexual Abuse 12a
the exploitation of children for sexual gratification. 12b
Emotional or Psychological Abuse 13a
a pattern of punitive verbal statements and behavioral acts that damage children’s self worth and self confidence. 13b
Child Welfare Information Gateway 14a
an internet site that summarizes child abuse and neglect laws, policies, and responsibilities for each state. 14b
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