Screen time, diet, exercise levels risky for kids

screen time: child in the dark with ipad
Children who get more than two hours’ screen time a day and those who often eat dinner in front of the TV are more likely to be overweight or obese, a VicHealth report has found. The research, conducted by Associate Professor Anna Timperio from the Centre for Physical Activity and Nutrition Research at Deakin University,

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