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Adult Health

Social isolation has many health risks – for women, they include hypertension

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Working at home linked to increased loneliness, depression

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Senior Health

Senior citizens are not experiencing a 'loneliness epidemic'

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Millennials more likely to struggle to meet people than older generations, study finds

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