Ill-health alert

9th June 2000 at 01:00
CHILDREN are storing up future health problems by eating too much junk food and not taking enough exercise, according to the Department of Health and the Food Standards Agency. They hav carried out the most detailed survey since 1983 on 1,700 children aged four to 18. Researchers found that they were eating less fresh fruit and vegetables than ever before.


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