Rise in childhood obesity is slowing worldwide

By Andy Coghlan Editorial: No let-up in the need to fight the flab IN A dramatic twist in the tale of the world’s obesity epidemic, it appears that childhood obesity levels have stopped rising in many rich nations around the world. Some claim it is proof that healthy-eating campaigns are working, while others are concerned that the data hides discrepancies between rich and poor compatriots. Together with a research review that shows the stabilisation of childhood obesity rates, or even their decrease, in 15 countries worldwide over the past decade (see map),
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