Social Interaction Evidence


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This study presents evidence which suggests that a low level of social engagement acts as a sole precursor for later mortality.  27 Oct 2019, 07:09 webeditor aintreeu3a
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People’s diet is not fixed: it changes over time. Furthermore, the ability to eat healthily is influenced by a person’s social environment – including factors such as marriage, cohabitation, friendship and general social interaction. As people age, they are less likely to eat well – and when older people are living alone their diet often suffers.These findings suggest that improving people’s social ties can have a positive impact on health.  27 Oct 2019, 07:13 webeditor aintreeu3a
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These findings suggest that maintaining or initiating social participation in later life benefits the mental health of older adults. Facilitating social activities among older adults is a promising direction for programs intended to promote mental health and successful aging among older adults in Taiwan.  27 Oct 2019, 07:15 webeditor aintreeu3a