What to do about the loneliness epidemic

"Federica, the loneliness of the elderly, people 65, 70 years of age and older is sad, but it's kind of understandable. Their partners die, their friends die, and so loneliness sets in for many of them. But what do we do about the loneliness of the young—teenagers, people in their 20s whose best friend is an iPhone?” asks veteran columnist Mike Barnicle of Financial Times statistics journalist Federica Cocco who joins Morning Joe to discuss the “loneliness epidemic.” Watch the conversation here.



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