This Overlooked Factor Influences Longevity

In a recent study, researchers examined the living habits of a group of female macaque monkeys living off the coast of Puerto Rico. They found that the monkeys with the strongest social connection to another monkey were 11% less likely to die over the course of a year. Study author Dr. Sam Ellis explained, “Having favored partners could be beneficial in multiple ways, including more effective cooperation and ‘exchange’ activities such as grooming and forming coalitions...

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