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We are not going to assign blame to people or discuss what makes people obese as we all know this already. Children can have major health risks that may be life-threatening in later years if they are officially obese or overweight. A noticeable percentage of an entire generation is suffering physically and also in psychological areas. It is hard enough to be a teen without having to endure being bullied about weight by others as well. Let's take a closer look at what the obese child is facing, today.|The nature of many weight-related health conditions involves the element of time. What this means is that it can sometimes take a lot of time for symptoms of these problems to become apparent. However, the stage is certainly set and processes are put into motion during the early years when a child is obese. Still, kids don't usually have as many medical problems result from obesity because they are still young. Still though, this particular condition really does feed into problems and complications that will show up later in life. Some of the more serious possibilities are stroke, diabetes, high blood pressure, some types of cancer, liver disease and heart disease.|Childhood obesity has been rising continuously in the US--something that has been confusing and surprising professionals from all fields. Of course it does not help that just about anything sold in the US that is a sweet liquid contains copious amounts of high fructose corn syrup. This, however, is another issue that we are not going to discuss in this article. Obese kids sort of seem like they haven't been given a real chance at life which is really sad. These kids already suffer from a bunch of problems ranging from back pain to arthritis to Type II diabetes and, of course, bullying. There is much more to this sad state of affairs, and we will mention just a few in this article.