Active Video Games Not as Beneficial as Previously Thought
Making News:Scientists and fitness professionals have spent plenty of time looking for ways to encourage improved activity levels among children. To appeal to tech-minded youth, one possible means for improving fitness is active video gaming. However, a study published recently in Pediatrics (March 1, 2012; 129 , 636–42) suggests that this may not be as effective as previously thought.
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