By Kate Dore
Almost half of Americans may leave the workforce earlier than expected. While white workers may have the means to retire early, Black workers are more likely to depart sooner due to health issues.
James was first diagnosed with depression in 2017. Life was a struggle for much of his mid-20s, and hiding in bed provided the only source of comfort. It took three years of medication, therapy and strenuous lifestyle changes, but James began to recover as 2019 came to a close. "For the first time in a long time," he said, "I began to feel hopeful about the future." Then COVID-19 hit.
Raising children in this day and age comes with its unique set of hurdles. One of the modern parenting challenges is the rise of social media. In recent decades, social media took the world over. Now parents have to decide what and how much they want to share online about their children. Parents all over the world embraced social media platforms and started posting excessively detailed information about their children. Sharing a lot of detailed information about one’s children is defined as sharenting. Check out my previous article about sharenting.
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.
A new report finds that the mental health effects of the pandemic are more likely to have a significant impact on teenagers.