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Monthly Archives: March 2015
A meta-analysis of multiple studies coordinated by researchers at BYU found that social isolation…, loneliness…, and living alone.., correspond[ed] to an average of 29%, 26%, and 32% increased likelihood of mortality, respectively. [The researchers] found no differences between measures of … Continue reading
A new report in the Annual Review of Public Health on gun deaths was just released and is making its way through the news. My husband and I will be in the UK and Europe again this spring, and I remember how … Continue reading