Pandemic

Rural Colorado seeks to fill the gaps of health care providers with apprenticeships

During her 12-hour night shift, Brianna Shelton helps the residents of BeeHive Homes Assisted Living go to the bathroom. Many of them have dementia and some cannot get out of bed on their own. Only a few of her remember her name, but she doesn’t care. “I’m someone’s mom, someone’s grandmother, someone’s great grandmother,” Shelton …

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The impact of COVID-19 on young people’s mental health may lead to an increased demand for support services

The first comprehensive study to evaluate research into the mental health of children and young people using evidence spanning before and during COVID-19 has found a mental health impact that could translate into increased demand for support services. The research, led by the University of Exeter and the University of Cambridge, is the first to …

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The impact of COVID-19 on young people’s mental health may lead to an increased demand for support services

The first comprehensive study to evaluate research into the mental health of children and young people using evidence spanning before and during COVID-19 has found a mental health impact that could translate into increased demand for support services. The research, led by the University of Exeter and the University of Cambridge, is the first to …

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High-level social support helps improve postgraduate students’ mental health during static handling of the Covid-19 pandemic

A team of researchers has undertaken a study on the mental health of postgraduate students during the static management of the Covid-19 pandemic. They determined that when students received high-level social support, the stress, anxiety, and depression caused by static management decreased. Their research results are published in the journal Stress and the brain on …

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A heavy burden of COVID family financial stress on adolescent mental health

In a recent study published in The Lancet Regional Health – AmericasThe journal’s researchers examined the impact of financial stress associated with the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic on the mental health of adolescents in the United States (US). Study: COVID-19-related financial strain and adolescent mental health. Image Credit: Astafjeva / Shutterstock Background In addition …

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A heavy burden of COVID family financial stress on adolescent mental health

In a recent study published in The Lancet Regional Health – AmericasThe journal’s researchers examined the impact of financial stress associated with the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic on the mental health of adolescents in the United States (US). Study: COVID-19-related financial strain and adolescent mental health. Image Credit: Astafjeva / Shutterstock Background In addition …

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Elderly Parents and Mental Health: Can’t We Do Better?

It is now known that the pandemic has had negative effects on mental health, particularly for school-aged children. But officials noted that even isolated elders suffered tremendously. Our seniors are the most vulnerable to Covid and have had to stay away from those they love due to the risk of a life-threatening infection. Those who …

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What will the end of the COVID public health emergency mean for school telemedicine? – The 74

Our year-end campaign starts now! Please make a tax free donation to The 74. The deadline for the COVID-19 public health emergency, which is expected to occur in January, will create considerable complexity for schools that provide telemedicine services to students. Since 2020, the COVID-19 emergency, a federal statement released by the Secretary of the …

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22% of Americans got better health insurance

The survey shows that many have received more regular health care thanks to increased insurance coverage A HealthCare.com survey of 1,005 Americans showed that 22% of them received more regular health care thanks to better access to insurance during the pandemic. This is because the federal government revoked health insurance subsidies and expanded Medicaid during …

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The study estimates the quality of care for patients with long-term health conditions

The number of new rheumatoid arthritis diagnoses decreased by 20% in the first year of the COVID-19 pandemic, new research suggests. The study, published today in The rheumatology of the lancet Researchers’ diary from King’s College London, shows that there may be up to a fifth of the new cases that have gone undiagnosed, with …

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