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 Apr 30, 2007 - 01:00 PM - by Michael
* Gym class = DDR?

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The NYT looks at something happen more and more: schools are setting up Dance Dance Revolution for gym class.

In February, Ms. Carson and her main collaborator, Emily Murphy, a doctoral candidate at the university?s School of Medicine, announced results of a multiyear study. They found significant health benefits for overweight children who played the game regularly, including improved blood pressure, overall fitness scores and endothelial function, which reflects the arteries? ability to deliver oxygen.

 

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