Club membership in teens linked to lower mortality in older age

According to a new study in Psychosomatic Medicine: Journal of Biobehavioral Medicine, people who participated in clubs as teenagers were at a lower risk of death later in life. The study, along with a growing body of research, suggests that social participation--especially in activities like clubs or afterschool programs--throughout life contributes to health and longevity. Read more findings here.

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