Team sports may improve teens' health, study shows

09/24/2010 | United Press International

Playing team sports helps teens to feel healthier and happier, according to U.S. research on seventh and eighth grade students. The study showed boys were five times more likely and girls 30 times more likely to say their health was fair or poor when they were not involved in team sports.

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