Published in Women's Health Weekly, September 25th, 2003
"Baseline data from the Health and Behavior in Teenagers Study (HABITS) were used to investigate associations between stress and dietary practices in a socioeconomically and ethnically diverse sample of 4,320 schoolchildren (mean age=11.83 years)," scientists writing in the journal Health Psychology report.
"Male (n=2,578) and female (n=1,742) pupils completed questionnaire measures of stress and four aspects of dietary practice (fatty food intake, fruit and vegetable intake, snacking, and breakfast consumption) and also provided demographic and anthropometric data," stated...
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