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However, not all decisions affecting our health are intentional, as we copy the behaviour of friends, colleagues and family who we relate to and admire. Boodt unsurprisingly, smoking in teenagers may be influenced by popularity. In unbalanced friendships, the person who saw the friendship as important was more likely to put on weight if their "friend" did, but not the other way around. People whom we value and are in regular contact with, form our social network.

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People whom we value and are in regular contact with, form our social network. Emotions are catching Social networks may also affect our behaviour and mood. Separately, young people whose friends suffered from low mood were found to be more likely to develop low mood themselves and vice versa. Perhaps unsurprisingly, smoking in teenagers may be influenced by popularity. Many find resolutions like cutting back on unhealthy snacks or taking part in a weekend fitness class easier when friends and family are making the same changes.

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Many find resolutions like cutting back on unhealthy snacks or taking part in a weekend fitness class easier when friends and family are making the same changes. One criticism levelled at studies of our social networks is that we become friends with people who already have similar traits to us or are in a similar situation.

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The experiment selectively filtered what could be seen on users' news feeds, which use an algorithm to show relevant posts from their Facebook friends. Users who encountered positive posts were more likely to post positively themselves, and vice versa.

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These symptoms didn't amount to clinical depression, which was not found to spread. Can your friends make you obese?

This phenomenon means non-contagious conditions like heart disease, strokes and cancer can appear to spread from person to person like an infection. However, not all decisions affecting our health are intentional, as we copy the behaviour of friends, colleagues and family who we relate to and admire.

One criticism levelled at studies of our social networks is that we become friends with people who already have similar traits to us or are in a similar situation. More like this.

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This phenomenon means non-contagious conditions like heart disease, strokes and cancer can appear to spread from person to person like an infection. But many studies try to for this theory, known as social contagion.

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This suggests emotions may spread through online social networks, despite a lack of face-to-face interaction or body language cues. Two parallel experiments were conducted; one reduced users' exposure to posts displaying positive emotion, while the other reduced exposure to posts featuring negative emotion. The effect was more pronounced if the two people were of the same gender, and was linked to how strongly the individual felt about the other person. These symptoms didn't amount to clinical depression, which was not found to spread.

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The experiment selectively filtered what could be seen on users' news feeds, which use an algorithm to show relevant posts from their Facebook friends. When popular adolescents smoke, overall levels of smoking increase and the of people who quit falls. But many studies try to for this theory, known as social contagion.

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Unfortunately, we also imitate habits that are bad for our health, like smoking or eating too much. Emotions are catching Social networks may also affect our behaviour and mood. These findings are important.