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a legenda do v\u00eddeo de
Nicholas Christakis: The
hidden influence of social

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(1) For me, this story begins

about 15 years ago, when I was
a hospice doctor at the
University of Chicago. And I was
taking care of people who were
dying, and their families, in the
South Side of Chicago. And I
was observing what happened
to people and their families over
the course of their terminal
illness. And in my lab, I was
studying the widower effect,
which is a very old idea in the
social sciences, going back 150
years, known as "dying of a
broken heart." So, when I die,
my wife's risk of death can
double, for instance, in the first
year. And I had gone to take
care of one particular patient, a
woman who was dying of

dementia. And, in this case,
unlike this couple, she was
being cared for by her
daughter. And the daughter was
exhausted from caring for her
mother. And the daughter's
husband, he also was sick from
his wife's exhaustion. And I was
driving home one day, and I get
a phone call from the husband's
friend, calling me because he
was depressed about what was
happening to his friend. So here
I get this call from this random
guy that's having an
experience, that's being
influenced by people at some
social distance.

(2) And so I suddenly realized

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