A new CDC report reveals that around 18% of children in the US skip breakfast, and youths are more likely to miss morning meals as they age. The researchers found that race and household income played a role in the trend, with Black children and those with family income below the federal poverty level least likely to eat breakfast.
CDC: Black, low-income kids less likely to eat breakfast
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