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In a new study in the Journal of School Nursing, researchers developed a questionnaire for middle school students to learn more about what measures they are willing to take to prevent obesity.  They found that teens are willing to exercise more and change their eating habits, but they are unwilling to give up video games or television in order to improve their health. 

One Response to “For Teens, Media Trumps Health”

  1. The Bibliophile

    Yay for televisions on exercise equipment, then? And Wii’s? “Hey, why am I experiencing muscle pain after playing with my Wii for x number of hours?”

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