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Sociable people live longer, US study says

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.
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