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Unpopular teens could be at higher risk of heart conditions later in life, study suggests

Many of us hope to escape who we were in high school, particularly if you were last in line to be picked in gym class, but a growing body of research suggests that how popular you are in adolescence has a link with psychological and physical health decades later.

 

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