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New study shows drinking water may help tackle obesity

New study shows drinking water may help tackle obesity

News   •   Oct 10, 2016 05:46 EDT

As the world marks World Obesity Day on Tuesday, a new study by the World Obesity Federation says that up to 268 million children aged 5 - 17 may be overweight by 2025, with as many as 98 million falling into the obese category. But drinking water could help them battle putting on the pounds and kilos, according to another recent study.