Kids now have a whole new reason to dread going back to school. As the 2013 school year gets underway, students across the country have been subjected to weigh-ins and body mass index (BMI) measurements. Students whose weight and BMI are deemed unhealthy are sent home with a “fat letter”. While the initiative is an effort to address childhood obesity, many parents and health experts are worried that the practice is damaging to kids. Not only does it add to the stress students are already under, but it may also trigger eating disorders. One nine-year-old student in New York City expressed concern that revealing her weight to her classmates could cause bullying. Another teen said she already felt “insecure” about her size.