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Researchers are studying the effects of loneliness on your mental and physical health. So far, they have found that loneliness can increase your risk of heart disease, depression and other serious health conditions. To combat loneliness, researchers are looking at the benefits of individual and social activities. Read about these activities and more in this resource.
isolation, cohousing, wellbeing, mental health
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Rated on: 5/9/2020 12:09:06 PM
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