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Anxiety and depression results in substantial volumetric brain differences

The study was published in the Journal of Psychiatry and Neuroscience.

Tobacco smoking increased in spite of the global COVID-19 pandemic

The survey, conducted over a span of two weeks, included 777 American participants who were regarded as current cigar smokers.

How health anxiety surged drastically during the COVID-19 pandemic

The study, titled Coping and Tolerance of Uncertainty: Predictors and Mediators of Mental Health During the COVID-19 Pandemic, was conducted by the University of Bath.

How social media habits are changing among Americans as a result of COVID-19

The national survey was conducted by Ohio State University.

New research shows increased women political leadership associated with significant societal benefits

The report is based on the analysis of more than 500 bodies of research that has delved into the impacts of women leaders and politics.

How modifying 12 risk factors throughout life may reduce the risk of dementia

The study was published in the peer-reviewed journal The Lancet.

COVID-19 pandemic may increase the risk of affective symptoms and trauma

The set of studies was conducted and published by the University of Arkansas.

Depressive traits might be more common among adults in the U.S.

The findings appeared in the American Journal of Preventive Medicine.

American public’s unfavorability of China amid COVID-19 reached historic highs

A vast majority of Americans held unfavorable views of China, reaching new historic highs, amid the COVID-19 pandemic, a new survey finds.

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