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Inspire - Women and Loneliness

About one-third of U.S. adults age 45 and older report feeling lonely - and, due to an increased number of aging adults, the number is growing. A survey by AARP Foundation finds that those who have low income are especially vulnerable. People who are lonely and socially isolated are more likely to have health problems, which can have serious financial implications. Join our !nspire Hosts as we dive into the social, health and financial impact of loneliness. Hosts: Betty Lou Pardue, Danielle Norwood, Amber Dickinson Featured Guests: Dr. Bassima Schbley, Washburn University Social Work Department Jenny Lamb, Washburn University Social Work Department

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