A significant majority of teenagers don’t get the recommended 60 minutes of exercise per day, a new study has found.
A significant majority of teenagers don’t get the recommended 60 minutes of exercise per day, a new study has found. Creative Commons
A significant majority of teenagers don’t get the recommended 60 minutes of exercise per day, a new study has found. Creative Commons

Teens are getting as little exercise as 60-year-olds, study says. Blame schools.

June 19, 2017 8:17 AM

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