Active Videogaming May Improve Children's Health

Exergaming (active videogaming) may provide an alternative type of exercise to prevent stationary behavior in children, a new study published in The Journal of Pediatrics claims. Obesity and physical inactivity levels in kids are significantly high – with less than 50% of primary school-aged boys and under 28% of girls reaching the minimum levels of exercise necessary to maintain proper health. Exergaming is using active console video games that track player movement to play the game, for example Xbox-Kinect, Wii…
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