Obese, overweight youths tend to underestimate their size

12/3/2009 | Reuters

British researchers asked hundreds of children ages 7 to 14 to estimate their body size and found a little more than half of those who were overweight or obese described themselves as "just right." These children also were very likely to match themselves to a figure smaller than their own.

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