A team of Yale University researchers has found that school-based programs for obesity prevention and reversal are generally effective and are an important component in battling what many regard as a national obesity epidemic among young people.


    In recent years, health professionals have questioned the utility of school-based intervention for obesity control, and the topic has been actively debated because clear evidence of their effectiveness was lacking.


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