Supportive Coworkers Are Good For Your Health

A coworker can be a “man’s best friend”, according to new research released earlier this week from a Tel Aviv university, and in newspapers across the globe.

The 20-year study, published in May in the journal Health Psychology, found that people who reported having low social support at work were 2.4 times more likely to die during that time as those with supportive coworkers.

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