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Female Student-Athletes getting more well-being feeling and more success

Female former student-athletes are also more likely to be thriving in a number of areas of their well-being -- particularly in their social and physical well-being. Fifty-three percent of female former student-athletes are thriving in their social well-being (defined as having strong, supportive relationships and love in one's life), compared with 48% of their female non-athlete counterparts, 52% of male former student-athletes and 44% of male non-athletes. When it comes to physical well-being (having good health and enough energy to get things done on a daily basis), female former student-athletes distinguish themselves the most: 47% are thriving in physical well-being, compared with 33% of female non-athletes, 36% of male former athletes and 32% of male non-athletes. Female college graduates who played sports in college are winning in well-being later in life too. (Article by Brandon Busteed - February 17, 2016)

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