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Walking to School, Libraries and Markets Helps Keep Kids Slimmer

April 10, 2012

http://healthland.time.com/2012/04/10/walking-to-school-libraries-and-markets-helps-keep-kids-slimmer/

 

Source - TIME Magazine


Your children's environment can affect their weight, according to a new study from Seattle Children's Research Institute. Dr. Brian Saelens, lead author, discusses the findings.

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