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UGA study on exercise raising kids' cognition cited on

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A UGA study showing that exercise increased cognition in children is cited in an Oct. 26 Philadelphia Inquirer story titled "Exercise is good for children's brains, too." COE researchers Phil Tomporowski **and **Bryan McCullick were co-principal investigators in the study led by Catherine Davis of Georgia Regents University.
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