Sociable people live longer, US study says

By JPOST.COM STAFF
July 28, 2010 11:21

A university in Utah has conducted a study comparing social skills and relationships with life expectancy.

Brigham University researchers said Wednesday that those with a wide circle of friends or strong family ties are 50 percent more likely to survive longer than those who are lonely and isolated.


Related Content

Breaking news
September 17, 2019
Labor: Invalidate votes from Haredi city, Bnei Brak, due to voter fraud

By JERUSALEM POST STAFF