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examined isolation and loneliness on the mortality rate of people age 52 and older. Researchers in England measured both the paucity of social contact and feelings of isolation in 6,500 adults. Just more than seven years later, the socially isolated and lonely participants were more likely to have died. However, after adjusting for demographics and baseline health, of the 918 participants who had passed away, only social isolation remained a significant factor in increased risk of death.

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