Sunday, February 06, 2011

Special Obesity Issue Preview || Intro by Michelle Obama

Michelle Obama addresses pediatricians to joins forces in our obesity epidemic...

Natalie hodge md faap

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Can We End the Childhood Obesity Epidemic in a Generation?


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The January 2011 PREP® Audio issue on obesity is a “must hear” for AAP members who seek practice-friendly resources to help reduce rates of overweight and obesity in our nation's children.


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Let's Move!

First Lady Michelle Obama
Preview the January 2011 PREP Audio issue and hear First Lady Michelle Obama address pediatricians about the Let’s Move program which aims to overcome obesity in this generation of children.

The AAP has joined the White House, U.S. Dept. of Health and Human Services, U.S. Dept. of Education, and the U.S. Dept. of Agriculture to support Let’s Move


Additional resources
AAP invites all members to review the mission statement on obesity at—the AAP website dedicated to the prevention of childhood overweight and obesity.

Pediatrics® Obesity Supplement
In case you missed it, check out the child health and fitness supplement published in the November issue of Pediatrics. Read more online...

For Parents
Lead parents to this helpful website including tips to get their children moving!  There are several FREE audio clips from AAP members and experts. Parents can go direct to or you can provide this brief guide. Click here to download.

And for more helpful tips, parents can go direct to

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