Disease Proof

Exercise Soothes the Savage Kids

According to a new study in Pediatric Exercise Science not only does exercise help obese kids get fit, but being active reduces anger and aggressiveness. Researchers believe exercise puts kids in a better mood and gives them a sense of self-control; Reuters reports.

Everyone should exercise, especially kids. Previous studies show teenagers in particular, skimp on the fitness. So, inspire them! The NFL has its Play 60 campaign, music makes working out more fun and if parents exercise, kids are likely to follow.

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McBloggenstein - December 5, 2008 1:56 PM

It sounds like these findings have a lot to do with the numbers of kids with ADD & ADHD today.

It's like that show "The Dog Whisperer". 9 times out of 10 the dog owners reveal that they never walk their dog. Ceaser tells them that they have to do it daily, otherwise the dogs will have too much energy and be aggressive and crazy.

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