Unhealthy Weight Control Behaviors & Physical Inactivity

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  • Unhealthy Weight Control Behaviors & Physical Inactivity

    1. 1. Unhealthy Weight Control Behaviors & Physical Inactivity
    2. 2. Percentage of U.S. high school students receiving mostly A’s, B’s, C’s or D/F’s who did not eat for 24 or more hours to lose weight or keep from gaining weight – Youth Risk Behavior Survey, 2003.* *p<.0001 after controlling for sex, grade level, and race/ethnicity.
    3. 3. Percentage of U.S. high school students receiving mostly A’s, B’s, C’s or D/F’s who took diet pills, powders, or liquids to lose weight or to keep from gaining weight – Youth Risk Behavior Survey, 2003.* *p<.0001 after controlling for sex, grade level, and race/ethnicity.
    4. 4. Percentage of U.S. high school students receiving mostly A’s, B’s, C’s or D/F’s who had insufficient moderate physical activity – Youth Risk Behavior Survey, 2003.* *p<.01 after controlling for sex, grade level, and race/ethnicity.
    5. 5. Percentage of U.S. high school students receiving mostly A’s, B’s, C’s or D/F’s who had insufficient vigorous physical activity – Youth Risk Behavior Survey, 2003.* *p<.0001 after controlling for sex, grade level, and race/ethnicity.
    6. 6. Percentage of U.S. high school students receiving mostly A’s, B’s, C’s or D/F’s who did not play on at least one sports team – Youth Risk Behavior Survey, 2003.* *p<.0001 after controlling for sex, grade level, and race/ethnicity.
    7. 7. Percentage of U.S. high school students receiving mostly A’s, B’s, C’s or D/F’s who watched television 3 or more hours per day – Youth Risk Behavior Survey, 2003.* *p<.0001 after controlling for sex, grade level, and race/ethnicity.
    8. 8. Percentage of U.S. high school students receiving mostly A’s, B’s, C’s or D/F’s who had played video games 3 or more hours per day – Youth Risk Behavior Survey, 2003.* *p<.0001 after controlling for sex, grade level, and race/ethnicity.

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