Children's diet: obesity figures continue to gain weight

September 2005
MarketWatch: Food;Sep2005, Vol. 4 Issue 9, p14
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The article focuses on childhood obesity rate in Europe and the U.S. It is expected that the next generation of young adults will enter the age group more overweight and obese than the current generation.


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