[cnn-photo-caption image=http://i2.cdn.turner.com/cnn/2010/images/02/09/story_flotus_afp_gi.jpg caption=""] One out of every three children in America is overweight or obese. Child obesity rates have more than tripled according to a recent report in the American Pediatrics Journal.
Today, first lady Michelle Obama will announce a new initiative to combat childhood obesity which she believes to be one of the greatest threats to America’s health and economy. The plan calls for the federal government and public schools to work together to provide nutritious food in schools, more opportunities to be physically active, and give communities greater access to affordable and healthy food.
So what do you think it will take to win the fight against childhood obesity?
Should you get the H1N1 vaccine or should you give it to your child? It's a conversation we've been having here in the newsroom and it's probably one of many questions you have as well.
So we're dedicating the whole 9am half-hour to talk about health care and H1N1 on CNN Newsroom Saturday. We will have a pediatrician live on set to help you sort through it all.
Send us your questions and watch CNN Newsroom Saturday at 9am ET to see if we answer them on air.