“The Village Effect,” by Canadian psychologist Susan Pinker, finds that face-to-face contact with friends can help improve and extend your life. The claim is significant, given how society appears to be moving away from such contact.
“The Village Effect,” by Canadian psychologist Susan Pinker, finds that face-to-face contact with friends can help improve and extend your life. The claim is significant, given how society appears to be moving away from such contact.
“The Village Effect,” by Canadian psychologist Susan Pinker, finds that face-to-face contact with friends can help improve and extend your life. The claim is significant, given how society appears to be moving away from such contact.

Cindy Hoedel: Face time with friends could extend your life — so log off and meet up

November 22, 2014 06:00 AM