Text messaging could help children stick to diets

11/21/2008 | HealthDay News

Children who text-message their daily eating and exercise habits as part of a food diary are more likely to stick to diets. Diaries are known to be effective weight-loss tools, and in a study, children ages 5 to 13 were almost twice as likely to text daily records of their food intake, exercise and screen time as were those using pen-and-paper diaries.

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