Research indicates that people are healthier and live longer when they are socially engaged.
Organize your living situation so you can experience frequent social interaction
When you’re starting to feel like you don’t matter, try writing a few thank you notes.
By the age of 65, you may be considering retiring. We’re asking you to think again.
What’s a person with a Facebook account and a desire to keep their brain healthy to do?
Having a robust support network eases stress, which is ultimately good for your brain.
Pick up the phone and call a friend, someone who brings you joy when you speak to them.
Reading is fun, socializing is fun, and it’s all good for your brain.
Today we’re asking you to double up your socializing efforts and kill two birds with one stroll
In-person social interaction is crucial to keeping our brains sharp.