Kindness may boost happiness and popularity among preteens

12/29/2012 | BBC

Preteens who were asked to do three acts of kindness every week for four weeks were happier and more popular among their classmates, according to a study in the journal PLoS One. The findings suggest that performing "positive acts" could even help fight bullying in school.

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