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Mary Jo Ola talks to a doctor from Dean Health about what parents can do to make sure their children are healthy when school starts.
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Telling children to sit still might be exactly the wrong message to give. Long periods of inactivity could cause changes in blood circulation even in young children, which may increase risk of heart disease later in life, according to a study.
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