Kids don't cut back on activity at home with more exercise at school

08/12/2013 | Reuters

Children who spent more time doing moderate or vigorous physical activity during school hours did not compensate for their extra exercise by reducing their activity levels at home, according to a study in the American Journal of Preventive Medicine. For every additional minute of exercise at school, children had a little more than an extra minute of total activity for the day, researchers said.

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