Teen Mentors Motivate Younger Children to Make Healthier Choices


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A new study indicates that teen mentors who participated in an obesity intervention resulted in healthy lifestyle changes among younger children.

A medical trial conducted by Ohio State University researchers recommend that schools with health-related programs should consider using teen mentors to educate and motivate young children about healthy living.


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