More American Kids Are Severely Obese

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By Molly Clifton

The American Heart Association now describes about five percent of American children and teenagers as severely obese.

They say it's a more serious disease than regular obesity, with potentially grave health consequences.

Researchers are calling for more study on the safety of weight loss surgery for children.



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