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Social connection is the experience of interacting with and feeling close to others. This involves having regular contact or social interactions with others and developing relationships that help us feel valued, cared for, and loved.
Staying socially connected is an essential part of developing and maintaining a healthy lifestyle. Individuals who are socially connected tend to stay healthier and live longer.
Annals of Behavioral Medicine
Pathways to Flu Vaccination
Socio-structural disadvantages decreased associations between knowledge and attitudes, between attitudes and intentions, and between intentions and vaccination.
Translational Behavioral Medicine
Climate Change Call to Action
Understand how climate change is affecting our health and behavior, and the impact this has on the multidisciplinary behavioral medicine community.