Exercise Can Help Academic Performance

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By Molly Clifton

Teenagers who exercise appear to do better in school.

Research in the British Journal of Sports Medicine finds moderate to vigorous exercise improves teens academic performance.

Working out seems to help girls in particular do better in science.

The more intensive the exercise, the greater the impact on test results.



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