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Google Trends has revealed a massive uptick in the rise of searches related to anxiety, panic attacks, and treatments for panic attacks during coronavirus.
Community-based food projects in the UK are using leftover supermarket food at a discounted price to combat food insecurity and social isolation during the pandemic.
In 1998, one-fourth of employees polled said they were treated rudely at least once a week. By 2016 that figure had risen to 62%.
More than a quarter of US adults have reported feeling depressed as a result of coronavirus.
Psychologists and their clients have both had to adapt to the pandemic's uncertainties. How we all respond to it could define our resilience as a species.
From relationships to body image, a happy childhood is influenced by multiple factors.
A new digital tool is helping health workers manage their mental health. Could it pave the way for a wider transformation in the way services are delivered?
Researchers at Yale University found that ineffectively dealing with stress can reduce our ability to deal with future stressful situations.
The long-term effects of coronavirus, especially for those with mild initial symptoms, is still unknown.
Do you suffer from a tendency to ruminate? Have negative bias and an alarmist sense of threat? Emotional numbness? Inattention and cognitive fog?
This study shows the benefits of social media in enabling young people to stay in touch with friends, family and school, at a time of physical separation.
Abbott Laboratories has created a COVID-19 portable antigen test that gives results in 15 minutes and will sell for $5. It's about the size of a credit card.
Two rhythms and a sharpened pencil. That's what one filmmaker says we need to regenerate and heal our souls – and the world – in these uncertain times.
Young adults reported their mental health worsening since the start of the pandemic, when surveyed as part of the UK Household Longitudinal Study.
These are challenging and uncertain times. Prevailing will require collaboration and a healthy dose of realism, argues explorer and speaker Mark Pollock.