California Schools Cope With Obesity

05/13/2002 | San Francisco Chronicle

More than 25% of California's children ages 9 to 17 are overweight, public health experts say. Government leaders and health experts are coordinating a plan to address the problem and calculate long-term costs, reports say. Health experts reportedly attribute the cause to lack of physical education classes and poor food choices in schools cafeterias.

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