Poll: Families struggle with healthy habits in "crunch time"

02/26/2013 | National Public Radio

More than half of children eat an unhealthy food or drink that could lead to weight gain between the time they get home from school and bedtime, according to a poll by National Public Radio, the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and the Harvard School of Public Health. Parents said that more than 25% of children do not get enough exercise during the so-called "crunch time," and half of parents said it's difficult to ensure that their children eat healthy foods.

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