Children get more exercise with active video games

07/1/2013 |

Playing active video games resulted in more minutes spent being physically active each day and less sedentary time among children compared with the use of traditional game consoles, Australian researchers reported in the journal BMJ Open. Without access to video games, children participated in about 3.8 minutes more of moderate to vigorous activity than did peers with traditional video games at home.

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