Wednesday, March 2, 2005 at 10:05 AM
Web Exclusive - Poor nutrition has long been understood by researchers and educators to be a barrier to academic achievement. More recently, researchers have found that physical fitness is also critical for school success. Action for Healthy Kids Executive Director Alicia Moag-Stahlberg says it may turn out that getting kids moving more will give the same kind of boost to test scores as improving their diet. See Also: Kids, Food, and Learning: Connecting the Dots Between Nutrition and Academics (Feature Story)
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