Childhood obesity

If the child has a BMI at or more than 95% of their peers then it is considered as Obese. Children in the obese category have gone beyond just being overweight and are at risk for developing a number of chronic health problems. Poor health resulting from childhood obesity can continue into adulthood. Childhood obesity doesn't just affect physical health. Overweight or obese children and adolescents can become depressed and have poor self-esteem and self-esteem. 

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