A cycling intervention called assisted cycle therapy was linked to improvements in processing information as well as manual dexterity among teens with Down syndrome, according to a pilot study. Participation in voluntary exercise failed to yield the same positive results, the lead researcher said. A more in-depth study is ongoing.
Cycling therapy benefits teens with Down syndrome
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