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Friendships and Brain Health

From early life, a healthy brain relies on relationships. Whether it’s with lifelong friends or new neighbors, staying socially connected can have unexpected benefits. Research indicates that social connection and engagement may reduce the risk of dementia and support better brain function. Read this article to better understand how social connection may support cognitive function. Visit AARP® Staying Sharp® for more information on brain health.

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