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Short Bursts of Exercise May Help Kids Stay Healthy

September 01, 2015 / TODAY

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Researchers found that children who only had short bursts of activity were shown to have lower levels of blood sugar and insulin. Experts say even minimal activity may help protect children against diabetes.

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