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Living alone and ‘bouncing back’ after bereavement

22 April 2013

Is living alone in later life bad for your health? As we get older, the likelihood that we will be living on our own increases. We live in an ageing population and data from the Office for National Statistics show that in 2010, nearly half of people aged 75 and over were living on their own. On OUPblog, Juliet Stone discusses how some people 'bounce back' after bereavement.

Read the blog post.
Read the original paper in Age and Ageing.