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One third of children are overweight or obese by the time they reach the age of 11, official figures show.

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Researchers warn that the trends last a lifetime and could lead to obesity. Girls tend to spend time in smaller groups and engage in verbal games, conversation and socialising.

Early findings show that men in their seventies are ificantly more active than women, mainly because they spend more time outside the home. Oyung do more lower intensity activity which probably represents daily tasks around the house.

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