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Signs of depression have tripled in the U.S. since the COVID-19 pandemic got underway
The prevalence of depression symptoms in the U.S. has more than tripled in the COVID-19 era compared to the period before the pandemic.
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I Hate The Media 🇺🇸 Sep 3
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All by herself, Nancy Pelosi depressed millions of women who want to visit a beauty salon.
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Ashok Sheokand Sep 3
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Loneliness is the main cause of stress.
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justasking Sep 3
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Feeling trapped leads to anxiety which leads to depression. Lockdown=trapped.
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Jeremy Sep 3
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Maybe we let the healthy out of the house while also urging caution for the at-risk? Why is this so hard to grasp?
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upsetti spaghetti ⚧ Sep 20
I realise that 'asymptomatic carrier' is a lot of big words but surely you can copy paste them into google to learn what that means right?
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Scott Santens🧢🏄‍♂️ Sep 7
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We needed UBI months ago to help avoid this. People need to feel economic security.
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Luis Sep 10
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Come to the light guys
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Torr Leonard Sep 20
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Tharja-iBW Joy✊🏻Con✊🏼BoyZ✊🏽For✊🏾ever✊🏿 Sep 20
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Those people were already depressed, the difference is they're now out of work and are more aware of their depression.
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Dimitriy Dzyuba 🦇 COMMISSIONS OPEN #BlueKirbyGang Sep 20
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Thank you, I definitely feel better now 🙄
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