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Michael Grabinski, two weeks old waits to have has his body mass index measured in a Peapod machine at The Children's Hospital in Aurora, Colorado August 23, 2010 during a research study on obesity in infants. The overall theme of the study is to understand the continuum of growth that starts really at conception, and to understand if the earliest phases of growth impacts later risk for obesity. REUTERS/Rick Wilking (UNITED STATES)
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Obesity Project - Infant obesity study
Michael Grabinski, two weeks old waits to have has his body mass index measured in a Peapod machine at The Children's Hospital in Aurora, Colorado August 23, 2010 during a research study on obesity in infants.  The overall theme of the study is to understand the continuum of growth that starts really at conception, and to understand if the earliest phases of growth impacts later risk for obesity.  REUTERS/Rick Wilking (UNITED STATES)