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Physical Exercise Can Increase Children’s Vocabulary

A recent study suggests that aerobic exercise can boost children’s vocabulary.

Previous studies have shown that adults have increased brain activity after exercising. The increased blood flow helps them learn new words more easily.

But does the same memory-boosting effect also occur in children?

Researchers Madison Pruitt and Giovanna Morini (both from the University of Delaware) set out to find out.

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