Fitter Children May Score Higher On Standardized Academic Tests.

HealthDay (8/4, Gordon) reported, “Middle school students who are physically fit are likely to score higher on standardized tests measuring reading and math abilities,” according to a study of 1,200 middle-school students presented at a psychology meeting. What’s more, “the average scores went up in correlation with levels of fitness, the findings showed.”

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— “Fitter Kids May Make Better Grades: Study, “Serena Gordon, HealthDay, August 03, 2012.

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