With warmer weather and more freedom, you would think kids have healthier habits during the summer, but a new study shows a lot of kids actually gain weight when school's out.
The study followed more than 200 kids over six years. It found time away from school led to kids eating less fruits and vegetables, and drinking more sugary drinks. This was especially true for lower-income families.
Other factors that led to weight gain include more sedentary time, such as playing videos games, and more access to junk food.
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