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Build a Healthy Heart with a Healthy Social Life

Researchers have always known the importance of a healthy social life, but up until recently, the focus was on the emotional benefits. Now, we know that people with vibrant social lives also tend to live healthier and longer. Read on for three ways to have a healthy social life while improving your physical well-being!

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