Harvard Health Letter

Living alone linked to higher risk of cardiovascular death

  According to a new study, adults aged 45 to 79 with heart disease may die sooner if they live alone. For them, living alone may be a stressful psychosocial situation, whereas living alone at ages 80 or older may indicate independence and self-sufficiency.  
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