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Men and Loneliness: Generation Lonely

America’s Loneliness Epidemic Starts in Childhood

Indeed, according to a recent report by the healthcare company Cigna, nearly half of adults in the U.S. reported sometimes or always feeling alone. Marriage rates and religious-participation rates are also dropping, which are both risk factors for social isolation and loneliness.


Doctors In Britain Confront A Pervasive Health Issue: Loneliness

Doctors in Britain are thinking outside the box — or, rather, outside the pill bottle — to tackle a pervasive health crisis: loneliness.


Loneliness: Why Is It So Prevalent and What Can Be Done?

A number of recent studies point to an epidemic of loneliness in our country – with significant health and social impacts. A recent AARP foundation report found that 35% of people over 45 are lonely.


Generation Lonely

Loneliness increases risk for heart disease. Isolation is a serious stressor that can weaken the immune system. Loneliness and isolation have both been linked to increased risk for accidents as well as suicide.


All the Lonely People?

The past few years have seen a resurgence in attention to the problem of loneliness in America, and in other developed nations.


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