Helping Others Is The Key To Longevity.

Here’s why you shouldn’t feel guilty asking Grandma to babysit.

Older adults who help and support others live up to twice as long as others, a new study finds.

Along with a healthy diet, regular exercise and a positive outlook, a robust social support system can add years to your life.

And it’s not just about receiving emotional support. Helping and supporting others may be key to living a longer and healthier life, according to new research from the University of Basel in Switzerland.

In other words, taking care of others may be hard-wired into the human brain. To be good to yourself and your own health, try being good to others.

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