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New Research Shows Group Membership Leads to 25% Fewer Healthcare Appointments

A new study from researchers at Nottingham Trent University (NTU) has shown that being a member of a community group can lead to a 25% reduction in healthcare use.

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This new information highlights the importance of connecting patients with their local communities and the huge benefits of social prescribing. Patients who suffer from chronic conditions often feel worse due to things such as depression and obesity, which are often made worse because of a lack of social interaction.

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