Christakis and Fowler showed that even people separated from you by up to three degrees can influence your weight, your happiness, or even whether you quit smoking or are prone to loneliness.

Time's Alice Park cites a study in "Religion’s Secret to Happiness: It’s Friend, Not Faith" that one’s social network can influence our health.

by Trent Gilliss, senior editor

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