More Than Half of Teen Girls Skip Breakfast, according to a recent study conducted by the University of Minnesota School of Public Health's Project Eating Among Teens. About a third of their male counterparts also skip breakfast. The study also found that teenage boys and girls who hurry out the door each morning without having a bite to eat are more likely to be obese. Researchers followed 2,200 adolescents for five years, and discovered that breakfast eaters are thinner, more active, ...
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