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Get together with friends and family regularly and in-person. Researchers at Oregon Health and Science University analyzed data on more than 11,000 adults… including how often they communicated with family and friends – either through callslettersemails, or face-to-face. The result: Those who saw loved ones in person were half as likely to be diagnosed with clinical depression – compared to people who had personal contact with loved ones only every couple of months.

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