We live in a time of medical breakthroughs, constant media ads about new and improved drugs, and repeated advice from the medical community about steps we can all take to ward off health problems. Generally, this is all positive, but what tends to get lost in the day-to-day hustle and bustle is a simple premise, as explained in an article posted recently on the AMAC.us website. The article, penned by AMAC Foundation board member John Grimaldi, focuses on this simple notion: “Good relationships with family and friends are key components of happy, healthy and longer lives, according to a study that has been ongoing for more than 80 years.”

In case you missed it, just click here to read it on the AMAC.us site. It’s well worth the few minutes to check it out, and the links to supporting studies also provide insights to valuable information.