Feeling Lonely? It May Increase Risk Of Early Death, University of Chicago Study

Published: Feb 18, 2014

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People who feel consistently lonely have a 14% higher risk of premature death than those who don't, a new study shows. The impact of loneliness on early death is almost as strong as the impact of being poor, which increased the chances of dying early by 19%, the research found.People who feel consistently lonely have a 14% higher risk of premature death than those who don't, a new study shows.

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