We all get lonely from time to time, but for some, the ache of isolation is partly genetic. That's the finding of a new study that looked at the risk of loneliness as a lifelong trait as opposed to a temporary feeling. While it’s normal for anyone to feel down when they’re by themselves in certain circumstances (say, after your roommate has moved out, or you've just landed in a new city), the researchers wanted to know if certain people were predisposed to feel this way more often.
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