A lot of us are on Facebook, Snapchat, WhatsApp and YouTube.

But what about the ones that are offline?

Are they more important than ever before?

According to research from the Pew Research Center, people are living longer, healthier lives.

In a study of people in different parts of the world, researchers found that, on average, people in Asia are living to be 100 years old, while people in the U.S. live to be 90 years old.

And while they’re still struggling with chronic diseases like diabetes, cancer, heart disease and stroke, these people are doing better than ever.

The same Pew study found that the average person in Asia, which includes China, Japan and South Korea, is now living to over 80.

In the U, China, South Korea and India are all over 90.

The Pew researchers found in this study that people in more rural areas of Asia are healthier and more prosperous than their counterparts in the urban centers.

And in the United States, rural areas tend to have lower rates of obesity, diabetes, heart and stroke and other health problems.

What’s more, there are plenty of benefits to having social media in the digital age.

Research has shown that it can make us happier and more productive.

For instance, people who are on social media are more likely to get help from friends and family, as well as be more socially connected and communicate with others.

The Pew study also found that people who use social media also have a higher likelihood of being more engaged in their careers.

Social media also can help people stay connected with their friends and colleagues, and keep up with the news, said Jennifer Reiss, the Pew associate director for research.

And while it can be a little tricky to keep track of all of your friends and their interests, that’s easier said than done, she said.

If you want to learn more about what your social media and the internet are doing for you, you can check out our free digital media quiz.