Obesity Rates Falling Among U.S. Preschoolers

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Obesity Rates Falling Among U.S. Preschoolers

A new report from the CDC found that rates of obesity among preschool-aged children from low-income families fell slightly in 18 states between 2008 and 2011, the first time researchers have seen a decline in decades. What do you think?

  • “They’ve got time to catch up.”

    Calvin Goodson
    Crate Builder
  • “It’s these kinds of marginal improvements that give me not hope exactly, but certainly slightly less dread for the future.”

    Margaret Romano
    Swimming Pool Installer
  • “Sounds like someone deserves a pizza party!”

    Brent Melhase