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Discovering Inspire

Northern Arizona Healthcare Inspire, a service of Children's Health Center, helps kids and their families learn about healthier ways to live. Today, children and adolescents in the area are learning how to take better care of themselves, eat better and become more physically fit — and they're having a blast.


Focusing on Health

Our program is designed to motivate kids and educate families on developing and maintaining healthy habits.

The Inspire clinic team provides one-on-one education and support in making small, healthy changes to last a lifetime. Through consistent, flexible appointments with each practitioner, families learn how to improve their health and receive support in making goals for change.

Impact of childhood obesity

  • More than 12 million American children are obese — one out of every six children.  
  • Obese children have an increased risk of developing high blood pressure and high cholesterol, which are both risk factors for heart disease.
  • Obese children are at increased risk of being bullied and suffering from depression, while a healthy diet and physical activity in childhood is associated with better mental health.
  • Obesity can also cause sleep apnea, bone and joint problems, and chronic health conditions such as asthma and type 2 diabetes.
  • More than 200,000 youth under the age of 20 have type 2 diabetes, and many more are at risk for developing diabetes.
  • Almost two-thirds of American youth consume a sugary beverage on any given day.
  • 91 percent of American children have poor diets and less than half get the recommended 60 minutes of daily physical activity.
  • A quarter of American high school students (24.7 percent) watch three or more hours of television on an average school day.

Source: stateofobesity.org/childhood-obesity-trends