By Christian Torres, Wichita Journalism Collaborative.
Mental health has been at the forefront of many discussions due to the pandemic and all the disruptions it has caused. But for some, the topic of mental health is one that tends to be pushed to the corner.
Dominique A. Phillips, University of Miami and Jill Ehrenreich-May, University of Miami
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A new report finds that the mental health effects of the pandemic are more likely to have a significant impact on teenagers.
Black and Hispanic Americans already face higher risks for dementia than the general population. Many also believe they'd get worse dementia care compared to white patients, according to a new Alzheimer's Association special report.
For nearly a year, most of our children have been navigating the new, difficult normal: social isolation; deeply stressed parents; the effects of financial uncertainty; school from home — or from WiFi-equipped school buses if they don't have internet.