Alison M. McManus
Kids love video games and we all know that they would play them for hours if they were permitted. In the interests of getting them some exercise we often curtail that activity however studies in Hong Kong however show that playing active versions of the games will help to prevent obesity in children. In point of fact the children who played the active video games had a higher heart rate burned as many as four times the calories in a minute than children who played the more passive variety of video games. The lead researcher Alison M.