The price of popularity

Researchers from the University of California, San Diego have discovered one drawback to being popular – sickness. Popular people get flu first, on average two weeks sooner than most others.

“Being at the centre of the network tends to make you happy but it also exposes you to disease, said James Fowler, who worked on the study. This explains why the Gossip has had various colds this winter!

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