Some Parents Upset Over Schools' Letters On Obesity

03/26/2002 | NYTimes.com

School officials say confidential letters to parents addressing their kids' obesity are meant to quell the rise of childhood obesity, a health problem that reportedly leads to diabetes and heart disease. Some parents argued the schools' measures were irrelevant and their method for delivering the letters inappropriate.

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