Loneliness ‘as great a health risk as obesity’

Social connections reduce risk of premature death by 50%

Loneliness is as great a health risk as obesity, a study suggests. Researchers found that social connections reduce the risk of dying early by 50%. They said being isolated or living alone increases the chance of dying prematurely at a rate equal to, or greater than, obesity. In the UK, 3.9 million people say the television is their main source of company, according to the report in the Daily Mail.   Excerpt from Health Insurance Daily, read the full article here.

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