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COMBATER A SOLIDÃO COM UMA DOSE DE CONEXÃO SOCIAL

COMBATER A SOLIDÃO COM UMA DOSE DE CONEXÃO SOCIAL

"We are all tethered to our social worlds by invisible but steel strong wires."

Stress and the Social Self: How Relationships Affect Our Immune System

"We are all tethered to our social worlds by invisible but steel strong wires."

socially induced false judgement by Will Lion, via Flickr

socially induced false judgement by Will Lion, via Flickr

Happiness is inherently social, two studies find

Happiness is inherently social, two studies find

Nicholas Christakis on Slime Molds: How Amoebas Form Social Networks - YouTube

Nicholas Christakis on Slime Molds: How Amoebas Form Social Networks - YouTube

This California man is traveling the country, posting video messages from the homeless to social media in an effort to reunite 100 with their families.

Man Aims to Reunite 100 Homeless Folks With Families, to Honor His Late Uncle

This California man is traveling the country, posting video messages from the homeless to social media in an effort to reunite 100 with their families.

A Stanford analysis shows how to enhance longevity and well-being through healthy living, financial security and social relationships.

Stanford project suggests longer, healthier lives are possible

A Stanford analysis shows how to enhance longevity and well-being through healthy living, financial security and social relationships.

Trust isn’t just important for couples. It’s also vital to neighborhoods and states and countries. Trust is central to what makes human communities work. In a recent line of research on “social capital,” sociologists ask people: “Do you think people can be trusted?”

John Gottman on Trust and Betrayal

Trust isn’t just important for couples. It’s also vital to neighborhoods and states and countries. Trust is central to what makes human communities work. In a recent line of research on “social capital,” sociologists ask people: “Do you think people can be trusted?”

Um levantamento do site Mashable mostra que tirar foto de si mesmo pode ser mais perigoso do que nadar com tubarões

Selfies já matam mais humanos do que ataques de tubarões

Um levantamento do site Mashable mostra que tirar foto de si mesmo pode ser mais perigoso do que nadar com tubarões

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