This Jan. 17, 2012, photo shows vegetables left over by students on their cafeteria trays at the Roosevelt High School in Los Angeles. Americans blame too much screen time and cheap fast-food for fueling the nation's obesity epidemic, but a poll finds that they’re split on how the government should help. A third of people say the government should be deeply involved in finding ways to curb obesity. A similar proportion want the government to play little or no role, and the rest are in the middle. (AP Photo/Damian Dovarganes, File)

This Jan. 17, 2012, photo shows vegetables left over by students on their cafeteria trays at the Roosevelt High School in Los Angeles. Americans blame too much screen time and cheap fast-food for fueling the nation's obesity epidemic, but a poll finds that they’re split on how the government should help. A third of people say the government should be deeply involved in finding ways to curb obesity. A similar proportion want the government to play little or no role, and the rest are in the middle. (AP Photo/Damian Dovarganes, File)

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