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AP Teen girls who frequently weighed themselves were more likely than others to resort to unhealthy dieting measures, and some ended up gaining close to twice as much weight, a study of Minnesota students found. The most scale-obsessed girls in the University of Minnesota research were more likely to skip meals, use diet pills or laxatives, smoke, and binge and vomit to lose weight. The study - published in this month's issue of the Journal of Adolescent Health - surveyed 2, Minnesota junior high and high school girls and boys in the school year and followed up in Close to 10 percent of the girls said at the beginning of the study that they strongly agreed with the statement, "I weigh myself often.
Eating habits and opinions of teen-agers on nutrition and obesity.
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Weighing yourself frequently is linked to some negative health effects in teens, especially for girls, according to new research published in the Journal of Nutrition Education and Behavior. Researchers led by Carly Pacanowski, a dietitian in nutritional sciences at Cornell University, studied 2, adolescent boys and girls in the midwest over 10 years. She asked the participants how often they weighed themselves and other questions to gauge factors such as their perceptions of body image and self-esteem. They expressed more concerns about gaining weight and had thoughts about becoming thinner more often than others in the sample. Boys who more frequently weighed themselves had similar negative effects, but the impact on self-esteem was less.