Harvard Health Letter

The new networking

Growing your real-life social network is important for health. Consider these ideas to get started. When we’re young, networking can be an important strategy to get ahead in business. Making new acquaintances and building relationships can lead to career opportunities. But later in life, networking takes on new significance: you may need it to stay connected socially. “Your social network shrinks. Your children leave home, you’re no longer at work, or you’ve…

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