Barely any UK teens meeting exercise and screen time guidelines

Canadian researchers developed guidelines relating to exercise, screen time and sleep

Less than 10% of British teenagers meet the recommended guidelines for sleep, exercise and screen time, research has revealed.

According to 24-hour movement guidelines developed by Canadian researchers, children aged between five and 17 should spend an hour a day doing moderate to vigorous exercise, no more than two hours a day in front of a screen, and get at least eight hours’ sleep a night.

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