Link between sleep and social participation may be key to healthy aging

Sleep may be one of the most important factors for well-being; yet, according to the CDC, one in three adults does not get enough. Lack of sleep can lead to potential cognitive declines, chronic diseases and death. Now, research finds that older adults who have trouble sleeping, could benefit from participating in social activities, in particular attending religious events. —> Read More

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