Half of young black males in Nashville have health issues

Researchers at the Performance Academy of Nashville looked at data on black boys ages 10 to 14 in Nashville, Tenn., and learned that most of the participants had poor diets and didn't want to engage in physical activity. Data showed that 50% of them were either borderline hypertensive, diabetic or overweight.

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