Wyoming boasts low childhood obesity rates

October 6, 2008
by Allison Rupp
Jackson Hole Star-Tribune

Wyoming has the second lowest rate of childhood obesity in the country right behind Utah and ahead of Colorado and Idaho.

Still almost 9 percent of 10- to 17-year-olds in Wyoming are obese, according to a report released in August by Trust for America's Health and The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation.

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