(Daily qudrat): A new study found that before-school physical activity program could help to improve your Children’s body weight and social and emotional wellness
According to the report of Mass General Hospital for children, before-school physical activity program, experienced improvement in body weight and social and emotional wellness, compared to their classmates who did not participate.
The author of the study, Rachel Whooten said, “We know that physical activity can have positive effects on children’s health, ranging from deceased rate of obesity and obesity-related illnesses to improving school performance and overall well-being.”
“Despite these benefits, it’s often hard for children and families to find opportunities to be physically active. Our study evaluates a widely available, easily scalable and innovative program that they create more physical activity opportunities for school-aged children,” he added.