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16 August 2010

Walking to school eases classroom stress

Walking to school may help reduce children's stress throughout the day, the results of a new study suggest.

Walking to school may help reduce children's stress throughout the day, the results of a new study suggest. 

The other children did a one-mile walk on a treadmill at a self-selected pace and wore a book bag that contained 10% of their body weight. As they walked on the treadmill, the children saw images of a suburban neighbourhood on a screen. 

 
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