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COVID-19 is damaging the mental health of mothers. Here are 4 ways to help

The challenges of COVID-19 have been 'especially hard' on mothers. Image: Unsplash/Benjamin Manley

Nicole Racine

Postdoctoral Research Fellow, University of Calgary

Erin Hetherington

Postdoctoral fellow, Epidemiology, McGill University

Suzanne Tough

Professor and Max Bell Burns Policy Fellow, Cumming School of Medicine (first role), University of Calgary (second role)

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