Could This Swedish City’s 'Radical Experiment in Multigenerational Living' Combat Loneliness in the U.S.?

Maurie Backman, The Motley Fool
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Close to 25% of U.S. adults aged 65 and older are considered to be socially isolated, according to the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine, and for a lot of reasons -- not having a job to socialize at, living alone, and the loss of family and friends. On a basic level, loneliness can lead to mental health issues. One Swedish city is trying to combat loneliness among seniors via a radical living experiment.