CDC finds low exercise rate and increased soda intake in teens

06/16/2011 | Reuters

Two studies conducted by the CDC found that one in 10 high-school students gets enough exercise and one in four consumes a sugar-sweetened soda daily, with students in upper grades and females most at risk. The findings underscore a need to increase efforts to promote physical activity and reduce soda intake by American youths, the CDC said.

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