Adults age 65 and older living in Mississippi, Louisiana, and Kentucky are at the highest risk of social isolation, according to a national ranking. Social isolation is defined as lack of meaningful social relationships that benefit good health and well-being. These findings were reported in “2018 America’s Health Rankings® Senior Report” by researchers with United Health Foundation. The researchers analyzed data from the United States Census Bureau and other publicly available data sources to collect statistics on adults ages 65 and older to determine the risk of social isolation and state performance on 34 other measures of senior . . .