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Running might be kind of contagious

Are you working out today because your friend went jogging yesterday?
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If you’re a runner (or you’ve ever tried to get into running) have you ever thought back on why you joined the sport in the first place? If you did it because your friends were already into it, you aren’t alone. A new study in Nature Communications suggests that the act of running might be contagious among groups and between pairs of friends. While the

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