Survival of the friendliest

Friends are good for your health, says Lydia Denworth, author of Friendship: The Evolution, Biology and Exraordinary Power of Life’s Fundamental Bond. Having friends can improve the health of your cardiovascular system, your immune system and your brain.

“People think all the time about competition and survival of the fittest, but really it’s survival of the friendliest,” Denworth stresses.

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