Video game encourages students to eat right, exercise

11/25/2012 | United Press International

Beginning in the spring, health educators in some Sacramento, Calif., schools are expected to begin testing a video game designed to encourage healthy eating and fitness among students. Students who play the game will find that their avatar grows stronger when they log more real-life physical activity and make healthy nutritional choices, such as skipping dessert.

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