A British study in the Journal of Physical Activity and Health showed that daylight influences a child's decision to play outside, and that children engage in more physical activity on longer days regardless of the weather. The findings suggest that not changing the clocks in spring and fall may help promote active play and curb obesity in children, researchers stated.
Daylight affects children's physical activity, study finds
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