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Chronic Loneliness Kills, Argentine Neuroscientist Warns

Miami, Sept. 15 – Chronic loneliness is more dangerous than alcoholism or obesity and can even kill, says Argentine neuroscientist Facundo Manes, author of “Usar el cerebro” (Using the Brain), a book discussing getting to know one’s mind to be able to live better. “Feeling alone is a biological mechanism like being hungry or thirsty, but the difference is that a person can eat or drink and their problems go away, but you cannot go out on the street and shout ‘I want to have friends,’” to fill the emptiness, he told EFE in Miami. Manes, a graduate of the…

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