Television rots the bones too

More time in front of the television makes children not only fatter and less active, but impacts their bones as well.

A new study from Western Australia has linked the viewing habits of over 1000 children and teens to their bone density in early adulthood.

Those who spent more than 14 hours a week watching television had lower peak bone mass aged 20 than those who had spent less time in front of the box in

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