Students from a public health class, with guidance from health professionals, spent the past school year working with more than 100 third- to sixth-grade students to take on the NFL Play 60 challenge. Taking part were, from left, Rajiv Singh, Dr. Wais Arsala, Chia Saechao, Nicole Morgan, Dr. Erin Gaab, Rosa Lopez, CJ Bautista and Tony Nguyen.
Students from a public health class, with guidance from health professionals, spent the past school year working with more than 100 third- to sixth-grade students to take on the NFL Play 60 challenge. Taking part were, from left, Rajiv Singh, Dr. Wais Arsala, Chia Saechao, Nicole Morgan, Dr. Erin Gaab, Rosa Lopez, CJ Bautista and Tony Nguyen. Courtesy of Rajiv Singh
Students from a public health class, with guidance from health professionals, spent the past school year working with more than 100 third- to sixth-grade students to take on the NFL Play 60 challenge. Taking part were, from left, Rajiv Singh, Dr. Wais Arsala, Chia Saechao, Nicole Morgan, Dr. Erin Gaab, Rosa Lopez, CJ Bautista and Tony Nguyen. Courtesy of Rajiv Singh

60 minutes a day for play is all UC Merced group asks students

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