Off topic, but did anyone notice this one at the bottom of the page lol:http://news.ninemsn.com.au/viralvacu...h-teen.glance?
On topic, I'd have to say I have mixed feelings on the issue. On the one hand, as far as I can tell this woman allowed her son to become morbidly obese. Not only allowed, but contributed to it. By refusing to do anything about the problem, she is willingly putting her son's health and even life at risk. Now I didn't read the entire article, but imo there should have been some sort of effort made to make the mother work with the boy to bring his weight down before he was removed from the home. Had she refused or had there been no improvement in the boy's weight within a reasonable amount of time, then yes, I think removing him from the home is probably the best for his well being.