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Obesity Studies Tell Two Stories, Both Right.

"Trends over different time periods can show different results," Dr. Ogden said in an email. She pointed out that several other studies have detected patterns of decline among young children, including one by researchers in Massachusetts in 2012 and an analysis of data from a large federal maternal-child feeding program in 2013.

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Dr. Sears Comments:

Dr. Barry Sears

Neglected in the story is that obese children are becoming even fatter although the total obesity has remained constant.

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