Finnish study finds benefits of exercise for students

A recent study of students in Finland reveals that exercise may help students cope with stress. The study included an examination of students' cortisol levels -- an indication of physical or mental stress -- and students' activity levels. Some experts say it is not surprising that students who exercise more would be relaxed and better able to handle stressors, such as tests.

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