Report: Depression, anxiety are common in overweight children

07/10/2009 | Reuters

A study confirms that obese children experience feelings of loneliness, depression and anxiety at younger ages, and those feelings get more intense over time. In the research, teachers ranked children's behavior and noticed that overweight girls had worse interpersonal skills and less self-control than normal-weight girls.

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