TV and diet

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TV and diet

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2009-03-04

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Welcome to Public Health Moment from the University of Minnesota. The more TV that teenagers watch, the worse that they eat. That’s according to a University of Minnesota study led by Daheia Barr-Anderson. <clip: “There are two mechanisms that could be driving…their diet while watching television.”> So what should a parent do? Barr-Anderson provides advice. <clip: “We recommend that parents do two things…healthy behaviors in their children.”> With another Public Health Moment, I’m John Finnegan.

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Finnegan, John; Daheia Barr-Anderson. (2009). TV and diet. Retrieved from the University Digital Conservancy, https://hdl.handle.net/11299/257611.

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