Slovenian Youth More Inclined to Risky Behaviour than in 2006
Ljubljana, 4 July - Slovenian youngsters are more physically active than in 2006, but are also more inclined to behaviour that poses a risk to their health, preliminary data from an international survey show. At least 10% of school children rate their health as bad and are unhappy with their lives, the Public Health Institute (IVZ) said.
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