Child Obesity - A study was done in the 1960s on children...

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Child Obesity Called obese when a child is has 25% fat in boys, and over 32% fat in females. According to CDC, the percentage of overweight children from the ages 6-11 has doubled since the 1980’s The percentage of overweight children has risen to over 300%
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Effects on Child Obesity Children that are obese have behavior problems such as very depression, mood swings, lack of motivation and confidence
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Unformatted text preview: A study was done in the 1960s on children at recess. Observations and surveys showed that overweight children were the last picked as playmates. Heart problems Prone to developing diabetes Other health issues Causes of child obesity Sedentary lifestyle TV/video games Fast food Parents lack of discipline No Meal plan School lunches...
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