Mental health crisis follows Covid pandemic in US, but pharma missing connections to younger generations, study finds
The often-discussed mental health crisis precipitated by the pandemic isn’t resolving — despite expectations that when restrictions lifted, so would depression. Instead, it may be getting worse, according to a new study from CMI Media Group.
Mentions of depression on social media jumped from 5,800 in May 2021 to 7,800 in April 2022. While that could include a more open attitude to discussions — which is a good thing — it also points to what insiders in the healthcare community anticipated.
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