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COVID and depression

mid-July, 53% of Americans reported feelings of depression and-or anxiety directly related to COVID-19, according to a poll conducted by the Kaiser Family Foundation. These statistics support various mood alterations noticeable in family, friends and even ourselves during this seemingly endless pandemic. COVID-19 touches everyone, many negatively. Symptoms may range from fleeting negative detours to […]
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IJN Senior Writer | andrea@ijn.com

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