W.V. program to fight obesity through video dance game

01/25/2006 | San Francisco Chronicle

By the end of next school year, every West Virginia school will use the popular arcade game Dance Dance Revolution as part of a state initiative to combat child obesity. The $740 units, comprising a game console, a television and dance pad, will be used in physical education and after-school programs.

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