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Study: Kids' Obesity Risk Starts Before Age Five

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A child's 'weight fate' starts early in life. A new study found nearly half of kids who became obese by 8th grade were already overweight in kindergarten, and a large number of them developed obesity in the first years of primary school. (Jan. 29) Video provided by AP


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