One in every five kids today is obese — that’s up from 1 in 20 kids just 35 years ago.
One in every five kids today is obese — that’s up from 1 in 20 kids just 35 years ago. MICHELLE KUMATA Miami Herald
One in every five kids today is obese — that’s up from 1 in 20 kids just 35 years ago. MICHELLE KUMATA Miami Herald

Your child is obese — now what can you do about it?

July 10, 2017 01:18 PM

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