Johannah Cornblatt argues on Newsweek that despite our inter-connectedness, we’re now more alone than ever.

“Between 1985 and 2004, the number of people who said there was no one with whom they discussed important matters tripled, to 25 percent, according to Duke University researchers. Unfortunately, as a new study linking women to increased risk of heart disease shows, all this loneliness can be detrimental to our health. “

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