NPR: Americans Are A Lonely Lot, And Young People Bear The Heaviest Burden

Why it is imperative to design and build our communities to foster face-to-face social interactions: New survey finds that most Americans view themselves as lonely and research shows that “social connection or the lack of it is now considered a social determinant of health.”

In this article from NPR, Rhitu Chatterjee explores the negative effects of loneliness, and the importance of in-person interaction.