Health Tip: Get Kids Outdoors

How outside exercise can boost health

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(HealthDay News) -- Kids should be outside, getting fresh air, exploring and playing, avoiding gadgets and getting lots of exercise.

The Letsmove.gov website explains these potential health benefits of being outdoors:

  • Improved chances of achieving a healthy body weight.
  • Strengthened immune system.
  • Increased bone strength.
  • Reduced stress.

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