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Average Utilization of Social Networking Site Facebook may help you live longer

Active Facebook users here is good news for you all!

A study reveals that excess use of social networking site Facebook helps the person to live longer as it helps the person to build ties stronger.

“Happily, for almost all Facebook users, what we found is balanced use and a lower risk of mortality,” Professor at the University of California-San Diego, James Fowler said.

Interacting with one another online can help you to remain healthy.

“It is only on the extreme end, spending a lot of time online with little evidence of being connected to people otherwise, that we see a negative association,” William Hobbs, professor at Northeastern University said.

The survey disclosed that over 12 per cent people died because they don’t use social networking sites.

People who post photos on Facebook with maximum offline social integration face long life.

The study discloses that Facebook users who accepted the most friendships requests lived the longest.

The study was published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (PNAS).

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