This former surgeon general says there’s a ‘loneliness epidemic’ and work is partly to blame (Washington Post)
October 5, 2017
When I began my tenure as surgeon general I did not think that I would be talking about loneliness and emotional well-being. But when I was traveling to communities across the country I found that loneliness was a profound issue that was affecting people of all ages and socioeconomic backgrounds. This is true in urban areas, in rural areas, in the heartland of the country and on the coast. Read the full interview.