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Squad Goals: The Science Behind Friendships in College

Keeping life-long friendships from college is beneficial as well. Harvard Medical Publications wrote that a large Swedish study of people ages 75 and over concluded dementia risk was lowest in those with a variety of satisfying contacts with friends and relatives.

Janelle Mejia and Morgan Mitchell

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A photo series on the benefits of friendship by Janelle Mejia (photos) and Morgan Mitchell (captions).

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