Research highlights teens' poor health habits

02/2/2012 | United Press International

Researchers assessed risk factors for heart disease in 5,500 U.S. teens and found many of them smoked and had high blood sugar and low physical activity. The study, presented at an American Heart Association meeting, revealed that the diets of U.S. teens were high in sodium as well as sugary drinks, but low in fiber, lean protein, fruits and vegetables.

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