Teens whose families eat dinner together may be more likely to make healthy food choices

Teens whose families eat dinner together may be more likely to make healthy food choices

Reuters (11/23, Carroll) reported that teenagers “whose families eat dinner together are more likely to make healthy food choices, even when kids and parents have issues with communicating and connecting emotionally,” research indicated. The findings were published online in JAMA Network Open.

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