TV Haibts Linked to Unhealthy Diet in Teens

Researchers from the Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of Child Health and Human Development found that the more TV a pre-teen or teenager watches, the more likely he or she is to skip daily breakfast, eat fast food, candy and sugar-sweetened beverages, and avoid fruits and vegetables. This was even after adjusting for factors like physical activity, age, family wealth, computer use and race/ethnicity.

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