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Study: Immigrant Children are More Likely to be Sedentary

A new study by sociologists at Rice University indicates immigrant children from all racial and ethnic backgrounds are more likely to be sedentary than U.S.-born white children. We learn more about the study from Rachel Kimbro, one of its co-authors, and discuss reasons why this might be the case.

new study by sociologists at Rice University indicates immigrant children from all racial and ethnic backgrounds are more likely to be sedentary than U.S.-born white children.

We learn more about the study from Rachel Kimbro, one of its co-authors, and discuss reasons why this might be the case.

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