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The Key to Keeping Friends as We Get Older

Posted by Lizette Sundvick | Dec 16, 2018 | 0 Comments

Studies prove the theory that the older you get, the fewer friends you have. Scientists from Aalto University in Finland and the University of Oxford in England found that people start decreasing their friend pool around the age of 25 and the decline continues up to retirement. With data confirming that friends are essential to our medical, psychological and social well-being as we age, what can we do to keep a good circle of friends?

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