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26 July 2010

Happy teens are healthy teens

Teens with sunnier outlooks also tend to be healthier, a new study finds.

Teens with sunnier outlooks also tend to be healthier, a new study finds.
 

Overall, there appeared to be a strong link between good physical health and life satisfaction and recently feeling excited, strong and proud. Poorer health was associated with feeling lonelier, feeling more guilty, anxious and depressed, and being more likely to display negative behaviours.
 

 
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