A psychologist shares her new book on how the science of attachment can help us make new and deeper friendships. Then, a sociology professor helps us better understand why life expectancy is declining in the U.S. and what we can do to reverse it.
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Psychologist explains the science behind making and maintaining friendships
Making friends can be hard, and maintaining those relationships as we grow and change can be even harder. A psychologist joins the show to help us understand the science behind attachment detailed in her new book “Platonic.”
Why US life expectancy is declining and how to reverse the trend
Life expectancy in the U.S. has declined for two straight years. We look at some of the causes beyond COVID-19 and what we need to do to get it back in the positive direction.
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