Obesity is a much-discussed problem in America. Quite a bit of that talk has centered on the problem in adults and children, but what about for college students? They too are struggling with their weight. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 5.2 million college students are obese. Contributing to the problem is the drop in physical education requirements at the college level. The benefits of exercising are well-known at this point, but educational institutions are cutting physical education from their curriculum. How can undergrads expand their minds and not their waistlines? Read more
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