Time spent being not active

In the UK schools influence 40–45% of youngsters waking time, a portion that is only secondary to the time spent in the home. However it is important to understand how many hours a day, including weekends, children spend time being inactive and what are they spending time on being inactive e.g. Using a phone or texting ; Using a games console or other video game device.

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Time spent being not active

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