COVID, メンタルヘルスと学校: our kids are suffering and it's not all right

New York Timesは最近、ここ数年の青年期における精神疾患と自殺の有病率の上昇について報告しました.

子供たちが苦しんでいることを示すために、本当に1年分のデータが必要でしたか?

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While the histrionics of educator and social justice demonstrations captured the attention of much of the media early in the pandemic, the harm being done to children was getting less fanfare.

Increased mental health visits by teens were being reported by Fair Health in August 2020 from assessing insurance claims during March and April during the first wave of the pandemic, but pediatricians and other experts remained quiet.

Global data showed school reopening did not cause a rise in community viral transmission. 疾病管理予防センター (CDC) even state on their website that school reopening for in-person learning does not pre-date increases in community transmission. But evidence of the harms of closure was piling up.

Prioritizing a return to normalcy for our children will not only decrease the risk of anxiety, うつ, and suicidal ideation, but potentially help identify a child struggling in silence.

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