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Kids whose grandparents are overweight are almost twice as likely to struggle with obesity

By Edmund Wedam Kanmiki, PhD Candidate, The University of Queensland
Abdullah Mamun, Associate Professor, The University of Queensland
Yaqoot Fatima, Senior Research Fellow, James Cook University
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Whether it’s a special treat or family traits, children’s risk of being overweight or obese is strongly linked to their grandparents.The Conversation

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