New Evidence Brief: Multiple social ties and healthy eating in older people

Announcing a new Evidence Brief from CEDAR:

Multiple social ties and healthy eating in older people
Findings from the EPIC-Norfolk study 

Supporting an ageing population is a key health challenge for the twenty-first century. Around half of those over seventy-five now live alone, and social isolation can affect their health. New research from CEDAR is adding to understanding about the influence of multiple social relationships on healthy eating.


Also available on our Evidence Brief page are: