Early Childhood Obesity Fallen Greatly

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For the first time since childhood obesity was called "epidemic," a study shows it's declining among very young children. A paper in today's edition of the Journal of the American Medical Association reports that obesity has dropped from 14% to 8% among children between the ages of two and five. It's the work of a researcher at the Centers for Disease Control. Zach Goldfarb, staff writer for the Washington Post, has more on the results as well as some theories about why that's happening.




Warren Olney