Social groups can help ease depression

Researchers have suggested that building a strong connection to a social group helps clinically depressed patients recover and helps prevent relapse.

Clownfish talk to establish status in social groups

Clownfish produce sounds to ascertain and defend their breeding status in social groups, not to attract mates, a new study has found.

Being a part of social group improves health

Being a part of social groups help a person cope with stressful events.

Social groups respond alike to common dangers: Study

Scientists have found that response to a perceived danger is not different from one animal or human to another, as previously thought.