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A technique known as psychological first aid could help reduce COVID stress and anxietyA technique known as psychological first aid could help reduce COVID stress and anxiety

A Step to Ease the Pandemic Mental Health Crisis - Scientific American

Before March 2020 and COVID-19, over 45 million (20% of Americans) were diagnosed with a mental illness. By June 2020, 40% of adults reported struggling with mental health and/or substance use issues.Before March 2020 and COVID-19, over 45 million (20% of Americans) were diagnosed with a mental illness. By June 2020, 40% of adults reported struggling with mental health and/or substance use issues.

Nonprofit View: COVID-19 increases need for mental health, substance use services | COMMENTARY - Carroll County Times

More than half of front-line health care workers dealing with COVID-19 are facing problems with mental health issues, according to findings in a study conducted by University of Utah scientists and others.More than half of front-line health care workers dealing with COVID-19 are facing problems with mental health issues, according to findings in a study conducted by University of Utah scientists and others.

Front-line COVID-19 caregivers face risks to their mental health, University of Utah study says

As part of our new campaign, Joe Shute spoke to two specialists who fear for a ‘rising tide’ of people whose lives will be defined by CovidAs part of our new campaign, Joe Shute spoke to two specialists who fear for a ‘rising tide’ of people whose lives will be defined by Covid

Mental Health Emergency: Experts warn the fallout will last for years

The mental impact of Covid-19 | The New Times | Rwanda

A psychologist explains how to beat the post-Christmas blues.A psychologist explains how to beat the post-Christmas blues.

How to look after your mental health this January

Healthcare professionals working in Covid-19 hospitals suffered from intense mental health problems, as a study found that 21.1 percent physicians and 6 percent allied health professionals suffered from anxiety. The study, conducted by a team of Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujib Medical University (BSMMU), also revealed that 18 percent physicians and 6.8 percent allied healthHealthcare professionals working in Covid-19 hospitals suffered from intense mental health problems, as a study found that 21.1 percent physicians and 6 percent allied health professionals suffered

Healthcare frontliners suffered mental health issues during pandemic | The Daily Star