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The Rules to Curb Obesity

Date: 12 November  2014

Childhood obesity has become a global epidemic, but it is not easy to treat. Recently, a Danish paediatrician, Dr Jens Christian Holm, has run a scheme, which he urges other nations to learn from, in confronting the global health challenge. He claims his pilot project has made a significant breakthrough in the battle against childhood obesity. read more

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