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Parents tackle obesity in the Middle East

Encouraging exercise and tackling fast food ads are just two of the topics to be broached during parenting workshops in Abu Dhabi. Headed by Yale professor and health expert Kathryn Henderson, they aim to confront the growing issue of childhood obesity in the Middle East.

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