COVID-19 Has Likely Tripled Depression Rates, BU Study Says

  According to Boston University School of Public Health, three times as many U.S. adults reported having depression symptoms as of mid-April, at a rate of 27.8%. Before the pandemic that number was 8.3%. Researchers also found that people with less than $5,000 in savings were 50% more likely to be depressed than those who had more than $5,000 in savings. With 9/11 and during the Ebola crisis, depression levels nearly doubled, so the current situation is much more serious. While...

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