Several weeks ago, the American Academy of Pediatrics released new guidelines for pediatricians on childhood obesity. These replace guidelines from 2007 that emphasized nutrition counseling and possible referrals outside of pediatricians’ offices. The new guidelines differ, in short, in arguing for a more aggressive approach to obesity in children and adolescents, up to and including…

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