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Record number of severely obese children
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28 July 2018
On 28 July 2018 BBC News reported:
A record number of primary school children are leaving school severely obese, according to new figures from Public Health England. Data for 2016/17 shows one in 25 10 to 11 year olds were severely obese. That's more than 22,000 children, and the highest level since records began. Levels of childhood obesity have remained fairly stable in recent years, but the new analysis shows that severe obesity has been on an upward trend over the last decade.
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More deprived areas have a much higher rate of overweight and obese children, compared to the most well-off areas.
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