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  • From thepublicopnion.com   Date 4/17/2021 12:00:00 AM

    Let’s say you know someone who was diagnosed with cancer. Because this is something that many of us have been touched by, we know that people would rally around this person to give support in many ways. Friends and family would reach out to see how they are feeling and wouldn’t be afraid to talk about it. Friends and family would also do whatever they could to help, whether it be provide meals, do a fundraiser.

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  • From healthline.com   Date 4/17/2021 12:00:00 AM

    When Sandy Rosenthal and her husband heard that Hurricane Katrina was on the way, they packed for 3 weeks. They boarded up their two-story house in uptown New Orleans and evacuated to a hotel, feeling safe and prepared for the coming storm. But as they watched disaster unfold on the TV in their hotel room, something changed for Sandy. Suddenly, she couldn’t relax. She became transfixed by the news, unable to watch, listen to, or read about anything else.
     
     

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  • From medicalnewstoday.com   Date 4/15/2021 12:00:00 AM

    Physical activity can help benefit mental health. ResearchTrusted Source also shows that people with severe mental health conditions tend to be less physically active than those with good mental health. A new study by researchers at McMaster University in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada, has found that the anxiety and stress that have accompanied the COVID-19 pandemic have made it less likely that people will engage in physical activity.
     

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  • From kgw.com   Date 4/14/2021 12:00:00 AM

    The pandemic has, no doubt, taken its toll on our mental well-being. Since the coronavirus hit, about 40% of Americans say they’re struggling with mental health or substance abuse, up from around 11% the year before, according to the Kaiser Family Foundation.While more people are collectively feeling that mental strain stigmas around mental illness remain, they can be a big barrier to treatment.
     
     

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  • From thepacker.com   Date 4/14/2021 12:00:00 AM

    Call it pandemic fatigue or just burnout: You could be losing motivation, experiencing emotional numbness, feel that almost all people drain your energy. Your productivity may drop even if your hours haven’t. You’re self-medicating more with alcohol, drugs, Netflix, gambling, porn or shopping. These are signs that you may be close to burnout at work and in your personal life, said Mary Ann Baynton, a workplace mental health consultant and author of several book.
     
     

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  • From crossville-chronicle.com   Date 4/13/2021 12:00:00 AM

    Encounter Telehealth awarded their partner facilities ‘Certificates of Excellence in Mental Health Care’ for their perseverance and dedication to the mental health needs of their residents throughout the COVID-19 pandemic.“This past year has been wrought with unprecedented challenges and hurdles for the staff and residents of our senior living community partners,” explains Jennifer Amis, President and CEO of Encounter Telehealth.
     
     
     

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  • From healthpayerintelligence.com   Date 4/12/2021 12:00:00 AM

    Most healthcare stakeholders can perceive the impacts of the escalating behavioral and mental healthcare crisis on their own industry segment, but employers have a particularly proximate perspective. “As an employer coalition, we are the real payers of healthcare,” Cheryl Larson, president and chief executive officer of the Midwest Business Group on Health (MBGH), emphasized to HealthPayerIntelligence. 
     

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  • From nationalobserver.com   Date 4/12/2021 12:00:00 AM

    Many things can spell the last straw for an exhausted farmer — a crop that doesn’t work out, a few too many days working in a row. For Kristen Penhall, it was a comment about the number of carrots in one of her vegetable boxes. Penhall, a farmer in Langley, B.C., runs Naturally Good Vibes as primarily a one-person operation. She makes her living from Community Supported Agriculture shares, meaning she pre-sells produce boxes to people in her community.
     

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  • From usnews.com   Date 4/12/2021 12:00:00 AM

    Ovarian cancer is a tough diagnosis to cope with, and now a new study finds these patients face a much higher risk of depression and other mental health issues. And the emotional anguish exacted a significant toll: The researchers also found it was associated with an increased risk of death during the study period among these women."Mental health issues are important for cancer patients as they face major disruptions to their lives and deal.

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  • From usnews.com   Date 4/12/2021 12:00:00 AM

    Ovarian cancer is a tough diagnosis to cope with, and now a new study finds these patients face a much higher risk of depression and other mental health issues. And the emotional anguish exacted a significant toll: The researchers also found it was associated with an increased risk of death during the study period among these women."Mental health issues are important for cancer patients as they face major disruptions to their lives and deal.

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