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"Low levels of face-to-face social contact 'can double depression risk'"

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Researchers find people who meet friends and family at least three times a week far less like to have depression than those who have only 'virtual contact'

Replacing face-to-face contact with friends and family with emails, text messages and phone calls could double the risk of depression, a major study suggests.