Research indicates that people are healthier and live longer when they are socially engaged.
Using the Internet can help reduce feelings of isolation, loneliness, and depression.
Plan a game night with some friends.
Becoming a volunteer improves physical and mental well-being, and can lead to a longer life.
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.