Classes help Tennessee families fight childhood obesity

04/26/2011 | Daily News Journal (Murfreesboro, Tenn.), The

The University of Tennessee Extension Service has joined with churches and schools in two cities to hold classes to help people tackle childhood obesity. Community nutrition educator Aneta Dodd said the goal is to get parents and children into the kitchen, so classes cover shopping for and cooking healthy food, reading labels, and making healthier lifestyle choices.

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