Longer screen time may put children at risk for heart disease

Spending too many hours watching TV or playing video games was associated with reduced levels of HDL cholesterol among children, possibly putting them at greater risk for heart problems, Canadian researchers found. They noted that children who had more than two hours of screen time a day also had higher caloric intake than peers who had less screen time.

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