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(Psych Central News) A new study of middle school students discovers kids in the best shape outperform their classmates in the academic arena. Researchers from Michigan State University found that students in the best physical shape outscored their classmates on standardized tests and take home better report cards. The data could also support the conclusion that the smartest [...]

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