"Compared to the way social capital can be leveraged in other disasters, the key difference has been that this is a disaster where your civic duty was to be on your own," said the deputy director of The AP-NORC Center Jennifer Benz of the COVID-19 pandemic.
A majority of U.S. adults said they're more comfortable opening up to strangers online compared to people from their real-life relationships.
Social restrictions, limits on nonessential businesses, and unemployment were the most commonly cited factors, the CDC study found.
Two studies published recently state that loneliness among aging adults is equal to, if not less than, adults of similar age from previous generations.
We spoke to aging experts and used photo editing apps to make an educated guess.
Acting alone in a multi-centric world, the U.S. more and more often wins wars and loses the peace, Slavoj Žižek argues.