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Americans 65 and older who participate in social activities like bingo reap the same longevity benefits as those who exercise, according to a study published in the British Medical Journal. (But it may work only in America: Researchers found that when they compared the lifestyles of elderly Swedish men and women who were either solitary or social, physically active or inert, the only significant survival benefit was for men who engaged in active hobbies—alone.)
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