How the U.S. Women’s World Cup success can help transform your child’s life

The U.S. Women’s World Cup win has inspired fans across the world, but it may also help parents and teachers help students.

Megan Rapinoe converted a tie-breaking penalty kick in the 61st minute of the game after a video review concluded that Stefanie van der Gragt had fouled Alex Morgan with a high kick to in the penalty area, the Associated Press reported. Rose Lavelle scored the second goal for the U.S.

Sports can play a role in helping teens get past traumatic childhoods, according to a recent study released by the University of California, Los Angeles. Researchers said men and women who played team sports — from soccer to cheerleading — had lower diagnosis rates for anxiety and depression, and better mental health.

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