Research by the CDC has shown that there is a link between social isolation and poor mental and physical health. Due to the ongoing global pandemic, many people have been self-isolating for various reasons.
COVID-19 and the pandemic has negatively impacted Americans in so many ways. With job loss, financial struggles, death of loved ones, increased fear and added anxiety has caused an increase in mental health symptoms this year.
The current pandemic has affected all of our lives. The changes and fears associated with COVID-19 have deeply affected Americans' mental health and there has been a reported increase in mental health symptoms.
The pandemic has brought a lot of fear to people’s lives. Not knowing how it will affect you and your family or not knowing how long the pandemic will last can be scary. But it has especially brought fear to workplace worries.
The impact of COVID-19 and life in a pandemic has affected many people’s mental health and well-being. With an increase in anxiety and depression symptoms tripling from 2019 to 2020, these mental health struggles have not just affected our personal...
Whether you're using Zoom, Google Meet, Webex, or another video platform, chances are you've become a little fatigued by all of the video meetings in 2020.