Wellness - Sports/Fitness | 10-18 yrs

Weight Management For Overweight Children

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Are you worried about your child’s increasing weight? As a parent, it is normal for you to worry and think of ways to deal with your overweight child.

Overweight children are at risk of serious physical and emotional problems. Fortunately, this issue can be dealt with. Encourage your child to eat healthy food and be physically active.

Know how you can help your child manage their weight issues and reach and maintain a healthy weight by going through this ClipBook.

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