Download: Study says kids tend to plump up during summer months

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A study finds that children tend to plump up during the summer months.

And researchers say the reason may be because kids tend to be less active during that time, SuperKidsNutrition.com reports.

May kids end up spending more time in front of the TV and computer.

And they may be eating more fattening snacks outside the structured school environment.

It turns out, low-income children are more at risk because they have less access to summer camps that would help keep them moving.

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