- Social isolation is a widespread issue in the United States.
- Research has shown that social isolation has links with an increased risk of disease and premature death.
- A recent study identifies an association between social isolation and two inflammatory markers, suggesting that inflammation may be a contributing factor.
Written by Debbie Lambert on November 8, 2021 — Fact checked by Harriet Pike, Ph.D.
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