advertisers. The central argument in these two cases is that the parents have neglected their childs medical needs: the need to not be obese. Katie Hopkins agreed with the article stating that, "Behind every fat child is a fat mother who should take full responsibility and that children should, "get less in their face and more on their feet". A new video is doing the rounds on the internet.
The only people who can change the eating patterns of children are parents. There were obviously other issues of neglect or abuse that alerted the authorities to begin with. The question asked is if you wouldnt harm your child by injecting then with drugs what are you doing giving them food which is bad for their health? They feed their own children but no one elses. Today, one in five school-age children fulfill the medical definition of obese, weighing 25 more than the ideal for his or her height and age (Spake 40). "Behind every fat child is a fat mother who should take full responsibility says Katie Hopkins. . It is a function of the foods children eat both at home and at school. It found that banning junk food advertising would have no impact on childhood obesity. I dont know all of the details of these particular cases, and thus cannot say whether these children and their parents needed to be separated. Joe Kosterich is a physician in Australia who blogs.
"Stop this child-hating, this is ridiculous. Yes, there are many families who need sustained support and help with their childrens health.