A study in Social Science & Medicine found that children living in middle-class areas were 17% more likely to become obese and those in poor communities had a 28% increased risk of obesity compared with children in more affluent neighborhoods. Neighborhoodwide initiatives and individual-level programs are necessary to help address childhood obesity, researchers said.
Children in poorer areas have higher obesity risk
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