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Dr. Vishu Jhaveri, senior vice president of health services and chief medical officer for Blue Cross Blue Shield of Arizona says that on key in getting a handle on obesity is preventing it in children, "a child (should be) getting five servings of fruits and vegetables a day, two hours or less of screen time, one hour or more of significant physical activity, and zero calories from soda. A lot of states have rallied around these concepts."
Dr. Vishu Jhaveri, senior vice president of health services and chief medical officer for Blue Cross Blue Shield of Arizona says that on key in getting a handle on obesity is preventing it in children, "a child (should be) getting five servings of fruits and vegetables a day, two hours or less of screen time, one hour or more of significant physical activity, and zero calories from soda. A lot of states have rallied around these concepts."
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