In a new study from Penn State, researchers found socializing with others is important for mental health and well-being, and it may help improve cognition, as well—especially for older adults. They found that when adults between the ages of 70 and 90 reported more frequent, pleasant social interactions, they also had better cognitive performance on […]

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