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Sope Creek Elementary School first-grade students run on an outdoor track as part of the school's daily incorporation of physical fitness in Marietta, Ga. (AP Photo/Jaime Henry-White)

Jan. 14 (Bloomberg) — Obesity among children from lower earning families rose compared to their well-off counterparts, according to a study that suggests the U.S. weight epidemic may be another sign of a growing divide between rich and poor.

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