Socio-Economic Disparities in Pre-Adolescent Obesity Treatment

Overweight and obesity affect more than 25% of children in Europe, and over 40% in some individual countries.

Children from population groups exposed to socio-economic vulnerabilities tend to be disproportionately affected by obesity.

While many countries aim to reduce inequities in health, there are surprisingly few systematic analyses of how social disparities influence the success of child obesity treatments.

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