A significant majority of teenagers don’t get the recommended 60 minutes of exercise per day, a new study has found.
A significant majority of teenagers don’t get the recommended 60 minutes of exercise per day, a new study has found. Creative Commons
A significant majority of teenagers don’t get the recommended 60 minutes of exercise per day, a new study has found. Creative Commons

Teens are getting as little exercise as 60-year-olds, study says. Blame schools.

June 19, 2017 06:17 AM

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    The Stricker family’s “Winter Wonderland” in Centennial, Colo. was a winner in the Denver Post’s 2015 Holiday Lights Contest and they continue to deck out the house for the holidays each year. This year, they noticed some of their decorations were disturbed and surveillance footage of their front yard revealed that three people had pulled up to the house and began ripping apart some of the decorations.