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Welsh Conservative AM Brynle Williams is backing a campaign from the British Heart Foundation to tackle childhood obesity.
The drive is aimed at improving access affordable local fresh produce and helping children to be more aware of what they eat. With over 22% of boys and over 16% of girls in Wales aged 13 classed as overweight and obese, it is estimated that if current rates of childhood obesity keeps increasing one in four people in the UK will be obese by 2010. (26-07-2006)
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