Having a common cold feels worse if you're lonely

Thursday, March 30, 2017 - 20:01 in Psychology & Sociology

Sometimes, life kicks you when you’re down. According to a new research, that crummy, achy, sneezy feeling you get when you have a cold is worse if you are also feeling lonely. In the study, published Thursday in the American Psychological Assn.’s journal Health Psychology, the authors report that...

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