Exercise as an antidote to behaviour problems?

A  new study  cited on CBC, from Harvard University, corroborated by studies from Norway, reports that students diagnosed with behavioural problems who engaged in aerobic exercise sessions were better able to control their classroom behaviour than counterparts in a control group.  This seems to present a good argument for physical exertion as an outlet for pent-up emotional and stress- related behaviours.


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