Andy’s Quick Hits (103): How Friendships Help Your Brain

Friends are good to have — we all know that — but the depth and breadth of the benefits to one’s health and brain may be underestimated.

I reported here on a study that showed how friends reduce stress or rather it could also be that interacting with strangers increases stress. Another study showed that it wasn’t just having strong social relationships that was…

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