July 12, 2011
Should parents lose custody of super obese kids?
 A provocative new commentary in the Journal of the  American Medical Association says yes, arguing that putting children temporarily in foster  care is in some cases more ethical than obesity surgery.

Should parents lose custody of super obese kids?

A provocative new commentary in the Journal of the American Medical Association says yes, arguing that putting children temporarily in foster care is in some cases more ethical than obesity surgery.

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  6. openyourmindtotruth reblogged this from denverpost and added:
    I think yes.
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    reblogging for commentary and added perspective!
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    PURE FUCKERY…..
  11. reblogitlikeitshot reblogged this from tockthewatchdog and added:
    yeah, plus it’s not like an event as traumatic as being ripped from your parents won’t ignite some sort of eating...
  12. tockthewatchdog reblogged this from newwavefeminism and added:
    what the fuck? BMI isn’t even an accurate indicator of anything, and even if it was, weight shouldn’t be the concern -...
  13. needlekind reblogged this from newwavefeminism and added:
    what
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    ^^ That’s a great fucking point. These two look like a happy mother and daughter. And they have to be brown when...
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