Isolation V. Loneliness: The Difference And Why It Matters
April 3, 2013
Researchers from University College London followed thousands of people over the age of 52 for seven to eight years to assess the effect of loneliness and isolation. Isolation, not loneliness, may actually shorten people's lives regardless of health or income.
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