Social exclusion may promote sedentary lifestyle in children

02/6/2012 | WebMD

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 that ostracism may contribute to childhood obesity by negatively affecting the physical activity of children, the researchers said.

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