Why volunteer? Because it's good for your health
from By Bob Kowalski
If you've ever volunteered your time to a charity or other worthy cause, you know you feel good about it at the end of the day. That effort also boosts your health, according to researchers. That's just the start; the benefits of that generosity reach a long way, even to your employers' bottom line. Researchers at the Harvard School of Public Health recently examined the relationship between volunteering and healthcare, studying a group of Americans older than 50.
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