Friday, December 12, 2008

Exercise and anger in children

Exercise has been shown to be effective in improving children's depression and anxiety. A study by researchers at the Medical College of Georgia School of Medicine looked at the effectiveness of a 10-15 week after-school aerobic exercise programme in reducing anger among children. The researchers found that exercise had a significant effect in reducing children's anger expression as well as helping them to lose weight.

You can read more about this study at

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