Dolphins don't just randomly choose their friends. Like some people, they pick childhood pals that will set them up for success as adults.
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Social distancing protects us from COVID-19. But how can we protect our mental health as we're isolating? One solution: Indulge in guilty pleasures.
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It's possible to maintain community despite the social distancing necessary to contain the spread of COVID-19, according to a professor of health psychology.
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Large LGBT friend groups can protect people's health, research suggests. "Having more family and friends around gives us more people to depend on when we really need it."
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We need to start thinking about our social lives as an important factor for our overall health, an expert argues in this podcast episode.
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Children make friends—and find a "sense of belonging"—faster than teenagers after a move to a more affluent neighborhood, research shows.
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