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US guidelines on food marketing to kids stalls
California Watch

According to a recent analysis of medical costs in the research journal Obesity, California spends an estimated $15.2 billion on obesity-related health problems each year – the most in the country.

The California Department of Public Health’s Obesity Prevention Plan seeks to reduce obesity rates among Californians, calling for strategies ranging from easing access to fruits and vegetables to building roads and sidewalks to make walking easier.