Online social integration is associated with reduced mortality risk
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, Volume 113, Issue 46, 2016, Pages 12980-12984.
Social interactions increasingly take place online. Friendships and other offline social ties have been repeatedly associated with human longevity, but online interactions might have different properties. Here, we reference 12 million social media profiles against California Department of Public Health vital records and use longitudinal s...More
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