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Extracurricular activities that nurture a sense of belonging with peers appear to bolster preteen’s mental health, new research from the University of British Columbia suggests.

Extracurricular activities that nurture a sense of belonging with peers appear to bolster preteen's mental health, new research from the University of British Columbia suggests. The study, recently published in the Journal of Youth and Adolescence, focused on students' participation in different types of extracurricular activities in Grades 4 and 7, and how participation—or non-participation—over… Continue reading Extracurricular activities that nurture a sense of belonging with peers appear to bolster preteen’s mental health, new research from the University of British Columbia suggests.