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What Your Social Situation Says About How You’re Likely To Die

A new study co-authored by a Rice University sociologist suggests if you’re divorced, you stand a better chance of dying accidentally. The study, “The Social Side of Accidental Death,” examines the possible links between social relationships, socio-economic status, life expectancy, and quality of life. We’ll learn more about the study and its potential implications…for depressing […]

A new study co-authored by a Rice University sociologist suggests if you're divorced, you stand a better chance of dying accidentally. The study, "The Social Side of Accidental Death," examines the possible links between social relationships, socio-economic status, life expectancy, and quality of life. We'll learn more about the study and its potential implications…for depressing all divorced, single or poorly educated people.

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