Kids Who Get More Exercise May Have Fewer Symptoms Of Depression Than Their Less-Active Peers, Research Suggests

Reuters (1/11, Rapaport) reports, “Children who get more exercise may have fewer symptoms of depression than their peers who are less active,” researchers found after analyzing data on “795 kids at age 6, 699 at age 8 and 702 at age 10.” The findings were published online Jan. 11 in Pediatrics.

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— “Active kids less likely to be depressed later on,”Lisa Rapaport, Reuters, January 11, 2017.

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