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Aristotle (center), wearing a blue robe, seen in a discourse with Plato in a 16th century fresco, ‘The School of Athens’ by Raphael. Pascal Deloche/Stone via Getty Images

Three lessons from Aristotle on friendship

A scholar of ancient Greek philosophy writes about Aristotle’s timeless advice on how to nurture and keep friendships.
Similarly to the nutrition, exercise and alcohol use guidelines promoted by many national governments, social connection guidelines have the potential to improve our health and happiness by helping us prioritize social connections in our daily lives. (Shutterstock)

Could public health guidelines help stop loneliness? 7 tips that show how crucial social connection is to well-being

People who are lonely lead sicker and shorter lives. Just like the guidelines for food and exercise, public health guidelines for social connection can help us all live happier and healthier lives.

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