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Reducing social isolation among older adults helps everyone

Efforts to tackle social isolation among older Canadians could produce a wealth of health and lifestyle benefits for the country’s aging population. But the National Institute on Ageing also argues compellingly that such efforts, if guided by structural and equity-based approaches, could improve social connectivity throughout Canadian communities—and help head off an apparent oncoming epidemic of…


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