Loneliness Is Bad for Brains

Laura Sanders, ScienceNews
Mice yanked out of their community and held in solitary isolation show signs of brain damage.After a month of being alone, the mice had smaller nerve cells in certain parts of the brain. Other brain changes followed, scientists reported at a news briefing November 4 at the annual meeting of the Society for Neuroscience.
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