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  1. FILE PHOTO: A teenager walks at the Coche wholesale market amid coronavirus (COVID-19) disease outb

    Venezuela's COVID-19 quarantine has increased anxiety, depression in some children: NGO

    Over five months of quarantine due to the COVID-19 pandemic in Venezuela has led to an increase in anxiety and depression in some children, a ...
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    Commentary: 10 signs a greater depression is coming

    We may see an L-shaped greater depression later in this decade even if there is lacklustre economic recovery this year, says economist Nouriel ...
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    Ep 4: The COVID-19 Impact

    Warnings that COVID-19 could cause the worst depression ever. How will this impact the way we live, work and invest? And what might the new normal ...
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    Tennis: US teen Gauff says stronger now after battling depression

    American teenager Coco Gauff says she struggled to deal with the hype and mental pressure brought on by her rapid rise in the tennis world and ...
  5. FILE PHOTO: A deli is seen closed, due to the outbreak of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in the

    A US recession? Probably. Depression? Only if the virus is untamed

    A US recession may already be underway. Could it be worse?
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    Ep 2: Rewiring Depression

    In this episode, tech geek Preston Lim, takes on a condition that's not seen but felt. But can technology make 28 year-old Charles less depressed?
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    How to turn depressing social media into a positive influence

    Don't let Facebook, Instagram or Twitter become negative aspects of your life. Here's how to fix them.
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    Cannabis use rising faster among depressed Americans

    Regular cannabis use has risen more quickly among people with depression, and they're less likely to perceive it as risky, compared with people ...