Certain computer games may help curb obesity, experts say

05/31/2011 | TVNZ (New Zealand)

Data on 300 children ages 10 to 14 found that those who actively engaged in computer games that incorporate physical activities had improved body mass index compared with those who did not play regularly. Researchers from University of Auckland in New Zealand said these types of computer games show promise as a health intervention, noting the technology could have implications in the fight against obesity.

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