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obese kids

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Trezure connelly

on 24 January 2013

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Julie Susie Child Obesity Julie have you noticed how so many people at our school are overweight. I sure have, people just eat way to much junk food and play video games instead of exercising. we should really do something to motivate our friends to get in better shape. But were just kids? Mrs. Manning I think we should talk to Mrs. Manning and see if we could start a running club here at school. Maybe that will help some of our friends to exercise, stay fit and have fun at the same time. I think thats a great idea lets go talk to Mrs. Manning. Mrs. Manning is it ok if we start a running club. The students really need a running club, because we are noticing a lot of people bringing and eating too much junk food . Ok lets give it a try. Determination Hard Work Exercise Heathly Eating Fun According to the Center for Disease Control Approximately 17% (or 125 million) of children and adolescents aged 2-19 years are obese.

Since 1980, obesity prevalence among children and adolescents have almost tripled.

There are singificant racial and ethinic disparities in obesity prevalence among U.S. childern and adolescents . In 2007-2008, Hispanic Boys aged 2-19 years old were significantly more likely to be obese than non-Hispanic boys , white boys and non-hispanic black girls were significantly more likely to be obese than non-hispanic white girls. (running, at school and having fun.) by: Trezure


maria Website www.cdc.gov/obesity/data/childhood.html
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