Intensive day-care program may promote long-term healthy behaviors

03/27/2014 | HealthDay News

Participation in intensive early-childhood education was associated with lower rates of cigarette smoking and marijuana use between ages 20 and 29, a study in the journal Science says. Men in their 30s who had attended these classes had lower odds of having a mix of risk factors for heart disease and diabetes than did peers who did not participate in the special day-care program.

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