Middle schoolers and high schoolers who regularly consume sports and energy drinks are more likely to pick up unhealthy habits like smoking, excessive video gaming, and TV-watching.
That's according to a study that looked at nearly 28-hundred tweens, and teens. It found kids who often have energy drinks spend about 5 hours more per week in front of their TV and computer screens.
(source: Journal of Nutrition Education and Behavior)
The American Heart Association reports maintaining or boosting exercise after age 65 can improve your heart's health, and lower your risk of a heart attack. Researchers found that seniors who exercise more had fewer irregular heart rhythms, and better heart rates.
(source: American Heart Association)
(Danielle Nottingham, CBS News)
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