New study quantifies risk of death from loneliness

Published Jun 2nd 2015

The research, published in┬áthe journal Perspectives on Psychological Science, found that “the subjective feeling of loneliness increases risk of death by 26 per cent.” The study differentiated between subjective feelings of loneliness and objective isolation and found that both have the potential to be extremely damaging to health.

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