Walking, biking to school can mean better grades for children
November 28, 2012 (WLS) -- Children who are driven to school may be slower learners and have poorer concentration skills than those who walk or bike, according to a new study by Danish researchers.
The study suggests the impact of exercise could advance a student up to a half of an academic year.
Researchers found physical activity to be even more important than eating habits.
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