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As the pandemic persists, depression risks are rising among young people “on the brink of adulthood.”

Aug 11 2020

As the pandemic persists, depression risks are rising among young people “on the brink of adulthood.” YPulse found that 41% of 13-39-year-olds mental health has been negatively impacted by COVID. According to a survey from the American College Health Association and the Healthy Minds Network, the burden is greatest for those “on the brink of adulthood” who see their dreams of careers, romances, and adventures slipping away. The report found that nearly 41% of college students experienced symptoms of depression, up 35.7% from last fall. The suicide risk measured in the spring “ticked up” to 27.2% from 25% last fall. To cope, mental health experts suggest that young adults and teens create “pods” with a small group of friends, or find safe, structural activities to focus on. Since the start of the pandemic, mental wellness has become a major entertainment trend. (WSJ)