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Risky play and mental health

An article in the journal Evolutionary Psychology argues that risky play, such as climbing trees or exploring the natural environment is good for the mental health of children. The authors say that participating in this type of play may buffer against certain mental health problems in the future, as children learn to confront and cope with fearful situations.

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