What is one of the greatest predictors of survival?

A landmark study published in 2010 involving more than 300,000 participants found that
social support was a stronger predictor of survival
than physical activity, body mass index, hypertension, air pollution, alcohol consumption, and even smoking fifteen cigarettes a day!
The researchers found that people with adequate social relationships had up to a 90 percent greater likelihood of survival than those with poor or insufficient relationships.
resource: http://chriskresser.com

How does your workplace help fill that need?

 

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