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Loneliness Found to Be More Common in Young People, Men, Certain Societies

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A new large-scale global study finds that young people, men, and people of specific cultures or societies report higher levels of loneliness.

In the BBC Loneliness Experiment, U.K. researchers analyzed responses from more than 46,000 participants around the world, with the ages of participants ranging from 16-99.

Investigators discovered a steady decrease in loneliness as people age. That is, younger people reported more loneliness than the middle-aged, and the middle-aged reported more loneliness than older people.

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