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Community interventions to combat pediatric obesity work best for children younger than 5 years

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According to a study presented at the 11th International Congress on Obesity, community-based interventions designed to prevent obesity in children seem to work best in those under the age of five. There is evidence of some success in primary school children, but mixed effects in adolescents. Read more here.

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