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Moreover I found a paper “State Intervention in Life-Threatening Childhood Obesity” In JAMA, the Journal of the American Medical Association, (July 2011) by the authors Lindsey Murtagh of the Harvard School of Public Health and David S.Ludwig of the Children’s Hospital in Boston Link: http://jama.ama-assn.org/content/306/2/206.short . Suggesting that we do consider social responsibility when a child is being starved , shouldn't we then consider the same when a child is overfed?
This is a clearly difficult and interesting case; and there are clearly arguments in both sides of the table and I would be interesting to see what you all think?