Two years of living through a pandemic has taken a toll on Americans' mental health, especially older adults who tend to get more seriously ill from COVID-19.
American families have been accumulating debt at a rapid pace over the past two decades, with the debt level nearly doubling. Yet family incomes have not kept pace. As a result, the long-term retirement security of many families is at risk.
A global pandemic significantly added more anxiety, depression, fatigue and loneliness to an already difficult task for caregivers, a study found.
As pandemic-related stress drags on, a new poll suggests that health care providers need to check on the mental health of their patients older than 50.
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