Physically active children are less depressed

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A new Norwegian research shows that physically active children are happier and less depressed than their colleagues who do not exercise. Results from a new study show that children experience the same beneficial effects as adults from being active. The study defined “active” as moderate to vigorous physical activity that leaves kids sweaty or out of breath.

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