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Fox Valley leaders tackle obesity problem

11:01 PM, Mar. 1, 2013
Peter Kelly, president and CEO of United Way Fox Cities, eats lunch with students in Diane Bardosy's second-grade class as a part of The Weight of the Fox Valley Summit on Friday at Butte Des Morts Elementary School in Menasha.
Peter Kelly, president and CEO of United Way Fox Cities, eats lunch with students in Diane Bardosy's second-grade class as a part of The Weight of the Fox Valley Summit on Friday at Butte Des Morts Elementary School in Menasha.
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A majority of Fox Cities residents weigh too much, and community leaders say it's time to tighten the belt.

"We're seeing that we're getting more obese and we admit it," Peter Kelly, CEO of United Way Fox Cities, said of a recent survey that revealed nearly two of three people are either obese or overweight.

A movement is afoot in the Fox Valley to reverse the trend, which puts individuals at greater risk for heart disease and diabetes, and increases health care costs. ...

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