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UGA study shows attractive people really do benefit from their looks

A study led by University and University of Kansas researchers suggests the effect of our attractiveness on our social lives depends on the social environment where we live.

The Asian News International news agency reported attractive people tend to have more social relationships and therefore an increased sense of psychological well being the study says

Attractiveness does matter in more socially mobile, urban areas but it is far less relevant in rural areas.