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Social Inclusion and Well-Being

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This week we're talking about social inclusion and well-being.
Music by Solomon Krause-Imlach.
Follow us @usefulsci or email us at podcast@usefulscience.org.
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Religious people tend to live longer than non-religious people, partly due to greater enga
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http://www.usefulscience.org/podcast/30
This week we're talking about social inclusion and well-being.
Music by Solomon Krause-Imlach.
Follow us @usefulsci or email us at podcast@usefulscience.org.
Show Notes

Religious people tend to live longer than non-religious people, partly due to greater engagement in community and volunteer activities.
Young adults felt worse and more socially excluded than they expected after talking about an extraordinary experience with a group who had shared an ordinary experience. This is possibly because people tend to bond more easily over common experiences.
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