Heavy questions: in Starr county, Texas -- which has one of the highest rates of obesity in the nation -- nearly half the kids in elementary school are overweight. Is it because they are poor? Is it genetic? Or is something else going on?
New York Times Magazine 2005 January 2; p. 34-39
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