Study Finds Childhood Obesity Worsened During Pandemic


An 'alarming' study from the CDC reports that childhood obesity rates in the U.S. got worse during the pandemic.

The study found that obsese children gained between 12-14 pounds during the pandemic year, nearly double the typical rate.

Children at a healthy weight also tended to gain an extra two pounds on average during the pandemic.

Overall, the percentage of obese children and teens increased from 19% to 22% in 2020.

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