Young people who are always connected have a bad diet
Internet: a cross and a delight for our society. If on the one hand PCs, smartphones and tablets have made our life easier, on the other hand they have made it a little less healthy. In fact, it seems that the "vice" of always being connected involves, among other things, the risk of develop bad eating habits This is especially true for children younger, who tend to "isolate themselves from the world" (of adults) and find a valid ally in the network.
This trend was explored by a group of researchers from the University of Minnesota, who found a very close connection between media use and meal habits.But be careful: it seems that the fault lies not only with children, but also with parents who not only do not try (despite opposition) to find a dialogue with their children, but who are sometimes the first to give them unhealthy foods. .
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