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An abundance of evidence suggests that the size and quality of our social relationships improves humans' physical and mental health while increasing lifespan. However most of this evidence comes from observational rather than experimental (randomised trial) evidence, leaving open the possibility that the connection between social relationships and health could be associational rather than causal. However there are examples, including the link between smoking and lung cancer, where a cause wasdoi:10.1016/j.ssmph.2019.100402 pmid:31193417 pmcid:PMC6527915 fatcat:5nckjqgnmbflxaf3nlcjwx3age