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Kids Eat Less Calories, But Are Still Overweight
Kids eat fewer calories now than they did 10 years ago, says a CDC study. In 2010, boys ate 7 percent fewer calories than they did in 1999 — girls ate 4 percent less. Yet researchers admitted that in order for obesity rates to drop significantly, kids need to eat even less than this, reported the New York Times.