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