NPR’s Nancy Shute reports on recent data released in the American Journal of Preventive Medicine, that specifies for the first time just how much kids will need to cut back:
children and teens need to cut their calorie intake by 41 calories a day, to stop the weight gain trend. Otherwise, children and teens will weigh about four pounds more across the board.
Can’t wait for other helpful studies:
“Heroin Addicts Should Shoot Less Heroin.”
“Pedophiles Should Not Hang out in Playgrounds.”
What are some other groundbreaking reports you want to see?
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