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This is why loneliness is bad for your health

Loneliness has been associated with high blood pressure and cholesterol, depression and Alzheimer’s disease. Image: REUTERS/Eric Gaillard

Jed Magen

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Share of adults reporting they felt lonely some/all of the time in the United Kingdom (UK) in November 2014, by age group Image: Statista

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