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Heart rates of older couples sync up when they are near each other.

This is according to researchers who tracked the heart rates and proximity of 10 long-term couples.

The study looked at couples ranging in age from 64 to 88 and in their relationships for 14 to 65 years. Each was given a FitBit to wear over a period of two weeks.

Researchers looked at the combined fitness tracker data with proximity data and found that the couples’ heart rates would synchronize when they were close to each other — with one person in the lead.

EB Inglis reacts to the interesting study, listen below.

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