Monday, February 23, 2009

Cyclist: P.E. may help keep children with ADHD engaged

School-based physical education is especially important to children with ADHD, says cycling champion Greg LeMond, who had attention-deficit issues as a child. "You could have the best schools in the world, and if your kids can't pay attention and their brains are asleep, they're not going to absorb what they need to learn," he told Minnesota legislators considering mandatory physical-education classes for high-school students. KARE-TV (Minneapolis-St. Paul)

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