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Good social relationships make you as healthy as regular trips to the gym

Sleep. Diet. Exercise. These three things, we’ve been told, are among the tried-and-true pillars of physical health.

There is another, though—relationships.

At any stage in life, our degree of social fulfillment actually has a tangible effect on our physical health, according to researchers from University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and Renmin University in China. In a study published Monday (Jan. 4) in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, researchers collected data from over 14,000 people across four longitudinal surveys. Participants’ responses about the depth of their personal relationships, as well as physical measurements such as their blood pressure…

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