Parents: Help stop obesity

Haefner, Rene
March 1995
Crain's Detroit Business;3/13/95, Vol. 11 Issue 11, HealthMatters p8HM
Discusses the problem of obesity. Factors responsible for obesity; Report of Farmington Hill-based, The Center for Childhood Weight Management, on obesity; Information about Kidsports Fun & Fitness Club, a fitness center in Southfield, Michigan. INSET: Building good habits, by R.H..


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