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The Massachusetts Department of Public Health received $1.7 million in federal funding from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to develop a series of pilot programs focused on combating obesity among children ages 2-12. The project, Mass in Motion: Community-Clinical Partnerships to Reduce Childhood Obesity, will focus on children from low-income families in the cities of Fitchburg and New Bedford.

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