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Ostracized Overweight Kids Eat More, Exercise Less

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Credit: Getty Images When overweight kids are teased or ostracized because of their weight, it doesn't inspire them to slim down. Instead, they get depressed. ...
Researchers suggests friends are a healthy alternative to food.

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