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Health Tip: Help Kids Get Enough Exercise

Make sure they're meeting these guidelines

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(HealthDay News) -- You know kids need to move and play, but are you sure yours are getting enough exercise?

The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommends:

  • At least 60 minutes every day of aerobic exercise, and very vigorous exercise at least three days per week.
  • Push-ups, gymnastics or other strengthening exercises at least three times per week.
  • Running, jumping rope and other weight-bearing exercises to build bones at least three times per week.


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