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A Recent Study Links a Strong Network of Friends with Longevity

Group Of Senior Friends Enjoying Cocktails In Bar TogetherA recent 10 year study of 1,500 people aged 70 and over conducted by the Australian Longitudinal Study of Aging reported that those with the strongest network of friends and confidantes were 22% less likely to die during the study’s ten years than those with the weakest network of good friendships.

Please comment on what that tells you about good “preventative medicine?”

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