Whatever happened to 'kick the can', hopscotch and the basketball games we used to play after school? Now we can do all that (and more) in our video games and virtual worlds -- without sneakers! Kids seem to be doing a lot more clicking and a lot less moving these days. As children become more tech-savvy, they're becoming more sedentary. The "old-school" days of playing outside with friends and riding bikes have become almost obsolete. Between texting, computer games and endless hours of TV, there's no doubt that they're spending less time keeping active. And to make matters worse, kids' diets have lost a lot of nutritional value. More foods, especially those marketed toward children, are heavily processed, sugar-laden and very fattening. And as we super-size our already huge portions from one of our favorite shameless restaurants, we can blame poor food choices on kids and their propensity to be inactive. This trend explains the alarming rise in childhood obesity, as well as health problems that transcend adulthood.