In UK's third largest city intervention program helps reduce childhood obesity

Childhood obesity has reached epidemic proportions, and continues to rise globally, particularly for children living in poverty. But Leeds, England has seen a significant fall in obesity, particularly among the city’s poorest and most disadvantaged children. The decline coincides with a strategy introduced in 2009 which aimed to tackle the obesity epidemic. At its heart was HENRY, an intervention designed to help parents provide their families with a healthier start in life.

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