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Almost half of Americans feel alone and isolated, according to a Almost half of Americans feel alone and isolated, according to a 2018 study by Cigna . Though it may surprise many, the Cigna study suggests that the use of technology and social media has minimal influence on a person’s feelings of isolation. The study found that face-to-face interactions, physical and mental wellness, and
Valerie, in white, and her colleagues are preparing a patient in Hammam al Alil, Iraq to be moved to a larger hospital for surgery. Alice Martins It’s often the case when there is horror, pain and agony, and people are fleeing for their lives there.