A look at the top medical headlines for the week of February 14, 2021

Medical Notes: Week of February 14, 2021

A look at the top medical headlines for the week of February 14, 2021 including: A study shows that the Covid-19 virus may hide in the body and become activated again much later. Then, Scientists have engineered a killer t-cell in the blood that attacks other t-cells causing diabetes. And finally… as the pandemic drags on, a new study is showing that people under age 30 aren’t weathering the strain as well as older people.

Loneliness in the Elderly

Loneliness is increasing across all ages, but it’s especially noteworthy among seniors, and it can dramatically affect health. An expert geriatrician who has studied the effects of loneliness and the leader of an organization that provides friendly visitors to the isolated elderly discuss causes of increasing loneliness, its impact, and the effectiveness of visitor programs.

Medical Notes 18-06

A look at the top medical headlines for the week of February 11, 2018.

17-23 Segment 1: The Health Effects of Loneliness

Studies are showing that loneliness and social isolation have profound effects on our physical health, and increase the risk of death substantially.

Coming Up On Radio Health Journal Show 17-23

A look at what is coming up on Radio Health Journal show 17-23.

15-21 Segment 1: The Health Effects of Loneliness

  Synopsis: Loneliness affects far more than our mental health. Studies are now showing that loneliness and social isolation also have profound effects on our physical health, and increase the risk of death substantially. Experts discuss. Host: Reed Pence. Guests: Dr. Richard Schwartz, Associate Professor of Psychiatry, Harvard Medical School and co-author, The Lonely American: Drifting … Continue reading 15-21 Segment 1: The Health Effects of Loneliness