Heart Failure Risk Increased by Social Isolation, Loneliness [W[R]C]
A new study published yesterday in JACC: Heart Failure by researchers in China shows that social isolation and loneliness are associated with higher rates of heart failure. However, whether a person feels lonely regardless if they are alone or not is more important in determining risk. The new study helps bridge the gap between previous research which has shown that social isolation and loneliness are risk factors for the development cardiovascular disease and the connection to heart failure.
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