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Would weighing students help to tackle obesity?

The National Obesity Forum in the UK has suggested children should be weighed in school to ensure...

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15.11 13 Aug 2020


Would weighing students help to tackle obesity?


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15.11 13 Aug 2020


The National Obesity Forum in the UK has suggested children should be weighed in school to ensure they lose any weight put on during lockdown. What do you think about the idea of weighing students? Would it help to tackle obesity? Susan hears from listeners 

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