Loneliness has been called a silent epidemic—the longing that millions of people have for ordinary, everyday contact with their fellow human beings. One person who’s been a pioneer for years—studying loneliness is Dr. James Lynch. He’s authored a book that’s said to be ground-breaking. It’s titled “A Cry Unheard: New Insights into the Medical Consequences of Loneliness,” and it’s based on his research that explores the negative impact of loneliness on health.
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