Let Them Eat Cake, If They So Choose

Attwood, Emily
April 2014
Athletic Business;Apr2014, Vol. 38 Issue 4, p6
This section discusses a blog post which explores the "Let's Move!" campaign that aims to address obesity and inactivity particularly among the youth.


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