According to the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development, pint-size weight problems have become a global crisis. The latest obesity update from the group, which tackles the economic and social challenges of the modern world, reveals sobering health data: One in five children ages five to 17 living in one of the 34 OECD nations is overweight or obese. The report ties the increase in kids’ weight to the global economic collapse. With rising unemployment, government cutbacks, and strapped household budgets, families can’t afford healthy food options. Surprise! Even though Americans are known for our heft, we don’t have the largest percentage of overweight or obese kids.