A white paper launched today reveals four actions governments, researchers and policymakers can take to combat loneliness.
Isolation and other pandemic stresses can harm pregnant women’s mental health, with effects on their babies too.
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Pregnant women’s experiences can affect their babies’ health, even into adulthood. Researchers know societywide stresses can lead to these long-term consequences – and the pandemic likely fits the bill.
It’s tempting to take a break from pandemic precautions.
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It’s draining and depressing to stay on high alert month after month after month. Understanding pandemic fatigue better might help you strengthen your resolve.
Many who are lonely will overlook their own emerging signs of loneliness in hope these feelings will go away once around other people.
Humans are astonishingly flexible and resilient through times of crisis. We can find creative ways to connect with people while still reducing the immediate risk.
Many Mother’s Day visits this year will take place by video chats, as people put safety first.
Mothers love to be with their children on Mother’s Day, but this year, things might be different. A physician walks you through some questions to consider as you decide whether such a visit is safe.