New data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has found that a majority of overweight children believe they are a healthy weight.
Roughly 81 percent of overweight boys and 71 percent of overweight girls between the ages of 8 and 15 believe they are the correct weight. The CDC's National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey, which looked at data from 2005 to 2012, estimated that 9.1 million overweight American youth don't believe they are overweight.
Overweight kids weren't the only ones who misread their health status, though. Kids who were not obese reported that they were, while others considered themselves underweight who weren't.
Dr. Daniel Neides, medical director at the Wellness Institute at the Cleveland Clinic, suggests that the children's misreporting is because of their families. If a child's parents are overweight, the child may see that as normal, Dr. Neides told Time. Previous studies have also found that parents misunderstand their children's weight, which exacerbates the problem. Meghan DeMaria
At least 13 people were killed and more than 30 injured Saturday when a shoe factory collapsed in eastern China, state media reports.
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The building was in the Zhejiang province city of Wenling, The Associated Press reports. Nine people were able to escape, and one person is still missing. The Wenling city government said that rescuers were able to pull 42 people out of the rubble, with nine later dying at the hospital. Four bodies were pulled from the debris on Sunday. Catherine Garcia
For Carli Lloyd of Team USA, the Women's World Cup final game was one for the record books. After scoring in the third, fifth, and 16th minutes of play, Lloyd (#10) became the first player in history to score a hat trick in a Women's World Cup final. Her goal in the third minute was the fastest ever scored in a final, and she also became the first American to score in four straight World Cup games. "I'm so proud and so zapped at the same time," she told CNN. "It doesn't feel real. We just made history." The U.S. defeated Japan 5-2, earning their first Women's World Cup title since 1999. Check out photos of Team USA celebrating their big victory below. Catherine Garcia
Burt Shavitz, the co-founder of Burt's Bees whose face appeared on the company's packaging, has died. He was 80.
"We remember him as a bearded, free-spirited Maine man, a beekeeper, a wisecracker, a lover of golden retrievers and his land," the company said on its Facebook page. "Above all, he taught us to never lose sight of our relationship with nature." Shavitz co-founded Burt's Bees in 1984 with Roxanne Quimby, an art school graduate he met while hitchhiking. Quimby used his beeswax to make candles that she sold at fairs, and during their first year in business, the company earned $20,000, NBC News reports. Their most famous product, lip balm, was introduced in 1991.
The cause of Shavitz's death has not been announced. Catherine Garcia
A boating accident late Saturday night on the Ohio River in Louisville, Kentucky, has left two dead and three missing.
Donald Swinney, 52, and Mark Swinney Jr., 14, both died from drowning, officials said. The incident occurred as thousands gathered around the river for 4th of July festivities, The Courier-Journal reports. The pontoon boat hit a barge and capsized, authorities said, and four people, including three children wearing life jackets, were quickly rescued.
Because of river conditions, rescue teams have been unable to deploy divers to help in the search. The current is "extremely swift, and there's a lot of debris," Louisville Fire Chief Greg Frederick said. "It's challenging, even for our rescue boats, especially when you get close to the dam. You have to be extremely careful." The search will resume Monday. Catherine Garcia
At least 24 members of a family were injured in North Carolina Saturday when the deck they were standing on collapsed.
The group — with members ranging in age from 5 to 94 — gathered on the 24-by-12-foot deck of their beach house rental to take a family photo, authorities said. Five people are still hospitalized, two in critical condition. In a statement, Emerald Isle town manager Frank A. Rush Jr. said preliminary findings suggest the collapse was due to deteriorated nails on the 29-year-old house. "Although Emerald Isle is a busy and popular tourism destination, it prides itself on its 'family beach image' and 'small-town atmosphere,' and an incident of this nature affects our entire community deeply," he said.
The deck fell at least 10 feet, Emerald Isle Fire Chief Bill Walker told the Los Angeles Times. "It was basically a one-story house that was built on pilings," he said. Rush said no complaints have been filed over the condition of the home, and state law says it is the responsibility of a rental property owner or manager to routinely inspect their properties. Catherine Garcia
The United States defeated Japan Sunday in the Women's World Cup final game, 5-2, giving the team its first World Cup win since 1999. Within the first 16 minutes of the game, Carli Lloyd scored three goals. Lauren Holiday also scored in the 14th minute and Tobin Heath in the 55th minute. In the 2011 Women's World Cup final, the U.S. lost to Japan on penalty kicks. Catherine Garcia
A 22-year-old man in Maine was killed Saturday night after setting off a firework on top of his head, authorities said.
Devon Staples of Calais was drinking with friends on the 4th of July when the incident took place, Stephen McCausland, spokesman for the Maine Department of Public Safety, said. Staples died instantly. The firework was designed to launch the explosive out of a small tube into the air, The Boston Globe reports. This was the first fireworks-related death to take place in Maine since they became legal in 2012, McCausland said. Catherine Garcia