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How Does Sleep Affect Teens’ Diets?

Teens who get more sleep are more likely to eat healthier, says a new study. Researchers from Stony Brook University School of Medicine found that young people who slept less than seven hours a day were more likely to eat fatty food two or more times a day and less likely to eat fruits and vegetables. 

 


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