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A large team of researchers affiliated with multiple institutions across the U.S. has conducted a review study of the role that social interaction plays in both morbidity and mortality rates. In their...

New research has found that older adults who go online every day are more likely to be socially isolated than those who use the internet less frequently. Published in the journal Ageing and Society, the...

High levels of social distancing would lower the COVID-19 infection, hospitalization and death rates over the next six months across all counties in Missouri, finds a new study from Washington University...

Your house number could be the key to the safe relaxation of COVID-19-related restrictions if government follow a new exit strategy proposal published today in the British Medical Journal. Co-authored...

The Government is being urged to launch an urgent mass public messaging campaign promoting how healthy eating can boost the body’s immune system against the threat of the novel coronavirus, COVID-19,...

The COVID-19 pandemic is disrupting daily routines around the world. Overwhelmed hospitals, desolate schools, ghostly towns and self-isolation echo a campy horror flick, but an all too real one. Companies...

We are now a society at a distance. As of this week, New South Wales has closed restaurants, bars, gyms, and entertainment venues where people gather in large numbers. Victoria has similarly implemented...

The vast majority of the UK public are washing their hands more regularly, but only half avoided crowded areas and social events over the past week. The findings come in a report from the Imperial College...

Social distancing—voluntarily limiting physical contact with other people—has been vital to help slow the spread of the novel coronavirus. But it’s important that people remain connected—otherwise...

Certain markers of a person’s financial and social status, known as social determinants of health, offer valuable information about a person’s potential risk of heart disease but are often...