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Now that obesity in the United States has reached epidemic proportions – increasing by more than 50 percent among America’s children and teens since 1976 – the challenge of getting them off the couch and into an activity is increasingly critical. One recent study projected that life expectancies of our young people may, for the first time, be shorter than their parents. The report found that diseases and complications associated with obesity – Type 2 diabetes, heart disease, kidney failure, cancer – are likely to strike people at younger and younger ages.
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