Howard S. Friedman
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To live a long life, we've been told, eat well, exercise and manage stress. Now, an eight-decade study indicates that advice is only part of the equation. Howard Friedman and Leslie Martin explain how social connections, personality and marriage affect our lives in The Longevity Project.
David Brooks' The Social Animal combines neuroscience with philosophy to uncover the secrets of happiness. The Longevity Project draws long-life lessons from an 80-year study of 1,528 10-year-olds. Finally, an all-black crew explores whiteness on an expedition to – where else? – Antarctica in the wickedly satirical Pym.