Mental Health

6 trends that define the future of health and wellness

People are more ready to embrace change in their lifestyles, but for many true wellness remains out of reach. Image: Unsplash/ Helena Lopes

Douglas Broom

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The pandemic has changed how people in the US view their health.
The pandemic has changed how people in the US view their health. Image: Ipsos
Most Americans said they felt respected by their healthcare providers.
Most Americans said they felt respected by their healthcare providers. Image: Ipsos

America’s younger people are more likely to make regular visits to mental health professionals
America’s younger people are more likely to make regular visits to mental health professionals. Image: Ipsos

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