Healthy Active Living with St. Joseph Healthcare

St. Joe’s and WLBZ bring you Vitality and socialization!

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As we age our social circles can become smaller due to retirement, loss of spouses or friends to death, and family members moving away to new locations.

A restricted social life reduces contact with others, resulting negatively on ones physical and mental well being. Studies show that people who engage with others in groups and are more socially active tend to live longer, happier lives.

Click the vignette below as Dr. Scott Deron, cardiologist at St. Joe’s talks about the importance of staying connected.

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