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A new study published in JAMA Network Open suggests that loneliness is a greater risk factor for mortality in obese individuals. The study, which analyzed data from almost 400,000 people, found that social isolation was a higher risk factor for all causes of death, including cancer and cardiovascular disease, than depression, anxiety, and lifestyle factors. The research highlights the importance of considering social and mental health in improving the well-being of people with obesity. Integrating social and psychological factors into intervention strategies could potentially reduce mortality rates.

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