(The Washington Post)
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Skin hunger: Why we’re craving touch and how to cope during the coronavirus pandemic
Social distancing is a big part of the fight against the spread of coronavirus. It also means a lot of people are in social isolation and haven’t been in physical contact with other people in a long time. One of the consequences of that is skin hunger. Host Nicole Ellis spoke with experts to find out what skin hunger is, where it comes from, and how we can deal with it.
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