A new study has been conducted by the Robert John Wood Foundation ranking all 50 states by the obesity rate among kids 10-17 years old.

RJWF released its findings last week, and over 2017 and 2018, New Jersey had the 28th highest rate of obese children, reports Patch.com.

Mississippi was found to be the most obese, while Utah the least. Pennsylvania ranked 9th-highest.

An estimated 4.8 million U.S. kids are considered obese.

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SOURCES: StateofChildhoodObesity.comGloucester Twp. Patch/Facebook; Robert John Wood Foundation