BMI may miss 25 percent of kids with obesity

Some children who have a normal body mass index (BMI) might actually be obese, because they have extra body fat that’s not picked up by the measurement, a new study says.

Some children who have a normal body mass index (BMI) might actually be obese, because they have extra body fat that’s not picked up by the measurement, a new study says.

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BMI may miss 25 percent of kids with obesity