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Source: United Press International – Health News
A new review of 137 studies from around the world has found that, despite dramatic stories about COVID-19’s impact on mental health, the psychological fallout from the pandemic has been less intense than thought. The pandemic has, however, had a disproportionate effect on women, according to the study, including a worsening of symptoms, including anxiety, depression or general mental health. The findings were published Wednesday in the BMJ.
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