Hospitals often fail to diagnose children as obese

06/22/2010 | Doctor's Guide

Obesity often is underdiagnosed in hospitalized children, researchers reported. The study found only 8% of obese children were identified as such and none of them was referred to a nutritionist at the hospital or tested for high cholesterol and diabetes.

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