V9-4: Health Benefits of Social Interaction

If you are elderly and living alone, or a time-consumed caregiver for someone with a serious illness, you may find yourself removed from day-to-day interactions with others, leaving you feeling especially secluded and lonely.


“People who are chronically lacking in social contacts are more likely to experience elevated levels of stress”, according to an article in the New York Times.

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