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Basics about Childhood Obesity

 LMCC
  11th-Aug-2016
Description: Childhood Obesity- 24% 33% of 2 5 year olds are overweight or obese. Obesity rates for young children doubled in about a 20 year period of time (1980s 2000). Obese children are more likely to become obese adults. If children are overweight, obesity in adulthood is likely to be more severe. Education Consequences- Children who are overweight or obese can be undernourished at the same time. Nutrition deficiencies impair brain development and cognitive functioning, including learning. Physical inactivity- Children who are not active have more behavioral and disciplinary problems, shorter attention spans in class and do worse in school compared to active children.
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Domain: Afterhours
Category: Parenting
Contributing Organization: The Nemours Foundation
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Contents:
INTRODUCTION TO THE INITIATIVE

Learning Objectives
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Understand the basics about childhood obesity prevention
and why you play an important role
Find out how to participate in the Let’s Move! Child Care
initiative to get kids off to a healthy start and be
recognized for your efforts

Learn about the resources and tips available on the Let’s
Move! Child Care website:
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