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Many studies have previously associated the importance of the family meal with the positive mental health and academic achievement of children.

Now comes a study that disputes these findings and says there’s really no extra beneficial effects.

A study of over 21,000 children between ages 5-15 found no relationship between the frequency of joint breakfasts and dinners and academic or behavioral performance.

Good news for parents whose jobs and kids’ after school activities prevent family dinners.