Social isolation makes strokes more deadly, study finds

Monday, March 23, 2009 - 16:49 in Biology & Nature

New research in mice suggests that social isolation may promote more damaging inflammation in the brain during a stroke. Researchers at Ohio State University found that all the male mice that lived with a female partner survived seven days after a stroke, but only 40 percent of socially isolated animals lived that long.

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