Washington: A new study has linked school lunch consumption and two hours or more of daily TV viewing to obesity in middle-school children.While some habits were the same for all overweight and obese children, the study found some gender differences in the habits influencing body weight.Data from 1,714 sixth grade students enrolled in Project Healthy Schools showed girls who drank two servings of milk each day were less likely to be obese, and boys who played on a sports team were also at a healthier weight.
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