Tenn. laws focus on obesity prevention in youths

Tennessee is taking aim at obesity by pushing enforcement of a law that requires 90 minutes of physical activity every week in schools and with a new law that allows breast-feeding in public to promote a means to boost infants' defense against obesity. Another new law allows school districts to open their gyms for after-school workouts.

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