Obesity, Pt. I: Kids

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Politicians, researchers and activists continue to debate who's to blame for America's obesity crisis. When it comes to obese kids though, the question is simpler: How can we help? Join NPR's Neal Conan as our series on obesity begins with a look at kids and their families, and what they can do to address the problem.


Arthur Frank
*Medical director of The George Washington University Weight Management Program

Sally Squires
*Health writer and Lean Plate Club columnist for The Washington Post
*Master's degree in nutrition

Dr. Dianne Neumark-Shteiner
*Associate Professor School of Public Health, University of Minnesota



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