Mexico's students could have required daily physical activity

04/14/2010 | Google

Lawmakers in Mexico are considering legislation that would require students to have daily exercise at school. The lower house of Congress has passed the legislation, which will go to the Senate for a vote. Officials say the legislation is part of an effort to curb rising obesity rates among the country's youth. The sale of junk food at school would also be curbed under the proposal.

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