Changes in diet, behaviour, physical activity can cut child obesity

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Changes in diet, behaviour, physical activity can cut child obesity

Petra Kendall-Raynor

Posted 30 June 2017–13:28

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Making changes to diet, physical activity and behaviour can reduce obesity in children and adolescents, according to two separate reviews.

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