Few US teens follow guidance on sleep, exercise, screen time

Few US teens follow guidance on sleep, exercise, screen time

Researchers found that only 3% of US high-school girls and 7% of boys get the recommended amount of sleep, exercise and screen time daily, according to findings published in JAMA Pediatrics. The study also showed the populations least likely to meet the guidelines are black and Asian teenagers, along with adolescents with depression symptoms or who are obese.

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