Children who were ostracized during an online virtual ball-toss game later spent 41% more minutes doing sedentary activities than those who were not excluded, according to a small study in the journal Pediatrics. The findings indicate exclusion may contribute to childhood obesity by negatively affecting children's physical activity, the researchers said.
Social exclusion could promote sedentary lifestyle in children
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