Heavy TV watching leads to unhealthy perceptions of fast food health risks

http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2015/10/151019124029.htm

The amount of TV adolescents watch is likely to bias their views about the consequences of eating fast food, suggests new research. Investigators surveyed over 1,000 teenagers who reported hours of TV viewing, beliefs about the consequences of eating fast food, and their frequency of fast food consumption.

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