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American Baby Boomers Experience “Loneliness Epidemic” that Social Networking May Help Solve

Dec 12, 2019 AM EST Researchers found that loneliness fell between the ages of 50 and 74, and increased in people aged 75 and above. New technology resources could help older people retain meaningful social connections.

The Modern Workplace May Be Making Employees More Physically And Mentally Ill [Video]

Apr 24, 2017 PM EDT Modern employees may be more lonely due to the rise of freelancing.

Rice University Study Shows Loneliness Makes Cold Symptoms Worse

Apr 04, 2017 AM EDT A Rice University-led study showed people who feel lonely are likely to report more severe cold symptoms

University Of Pittsburgh Study Finds How Social Media Leads To Loneliness

Mar 09, 2017 AM EST Those who spend more than two hours on social media are believed to have increased feelings of loneliness.

Lonely People More Likely to Use Facebook, Study

Oct 15, 2014 AM EDT Lonely people are more likely to use Facebook, according to a University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee.

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