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Public schools to send home weight reports

State board targets childhood obesity

By Stephen Smith
Globe Staff / April 9, 2009

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Starting in the fall, public schools across Massachusetts will send reports home to parents alerting them if their child weighs too much or too little - the centerpiece of a campaign to shrink bulging waistlines and halt obesity-related diseases once rare in children. (Full article: 642 words)

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