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For Some Teens, It’s Been a Year of Anxiety and Trips to the E.R.

For Some Teens, It’s Been a Year of Anxiety and Trips to the E.R.

For Some Teens, It’s Been a Year of Anxiety and Trips to the E.R. For Some Teens, It’s Been a Year of Anxiety and Trips to the E.R. In a recent report, a research team led by the C.D.C. found that less than half of the emergency departments in U.S. hospitals had clear policies in place to handle children with …

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Delays Turn Canada’s Vaccination Optimism Into Anxiety

Delays Turn Canada’s Vaccination Optimism Into Anxiety

Delays Turn Canada’s Vaccination Optimism Into Anxiety Delays Turn Canada’s Vaccination Optimism Into Anxiety OTTAWA — Canada seemed to be off to a quick start. Its regulator had approved a coronavirus vaccine codeveloped by Pfizer just ahead of the United States, and national newscasts were soon filled with images of people getting their first injections. But the hopes raised by …

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Got Climate Anxiety? These People Are Doing Something About It

Got Climate Anxiety? These People Are Doing Something About It

Got Climate Anxiety? These People Are Doing Something About It Got Climate Anxiety? These People Are Doing Something About It Dr. Atkinson, in hopes of assuaging her feelings and those of her students, designed a seminar on eco-grief and climate anxiety. Eco-distress can manifest in a range of ways, from anguish over what the future will hold to extreme guilt …

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At Washington Airports and Hotels: Anxiety and Tightened Security

At Washington Airports and Hotels: Anxiety and Tightened Security

At Washington Airports and Hotels: Anxiety and Tightened Security At Washington Airports and Hotels: Anxiety and Tightened Security Before the riots, United Airlines moved its crews from downtown Washington hotels and increased staffing at area airports. The airline has been and continues to be working with the Transportation Security Administration and law enforcement agencies, including the Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority. …

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Soothing Anxiety and Stress: Advice From the Year in Well

Soothing Anxiety and Stress: Advice From the Year in Well

Soothing Anxiety and Stress: Advice From the Year in Well Soothing Anxiety and Stress: Advice From the Year in Well For many of us, 2020 was an exceptionally stressful year, dominated by fears about the coronavirus pandemic. Even with the vaccine on the horizon, we’re likely to need some stress management strategies to carry us into 2021. There’s lots of …

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Stress Relief Tips to Relieve Election Anxiety

Stress Relief Tips to Relieve Election Anxiety

Stress Relief Tips to Relieve Election Anxiety Stress Relief Tips to Relieve Election Anxiety “If you give me three minutes, it works, as long as you’re moving your body in ways that feel good to you,” said Dr. McGonigal, who suggests picking an inspiring song to get you moving. “Anytime you move your muscles and get your heart rate up, …

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Weight Training May Help Ease Anxiety

Weight Training May Help Ease Anxiety

Weight Training May Help Ease Anxiety Weight Training May Help Ease Anxiety As expected, the control group, for the most part, retained their original low levels of anxiety. They still felt about as tranquil as eight weeks before. But the weight trainers scored about 20 percent better on the tests of anxiety. They had started with low levels of anxiety …

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Election Night on TikTok: Anxiety, Analysis and Wishful Thinking

Election Night on TikTok: Anxiety, Analysis and Wishful Thinking

Election Night on TikTok: Anxiety, Analysis and Wishful Thinking Election Night on TikTok: Anxiety, Analysis and Wishful Thinking “I’m communicating with upwards of 70 people, all from political TikTok, about what’s going on,” said Ashleigh Hunniford, 17, a high school senior in Colorado. “I’m relying on different sources that are online. I’m constantly checking Twitter for other people’s predictions and …

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How to Survive Your Election Day Anxiety

How to Survive Your Election Day Anxiety

How to Survive Your Election Day Anxiety How to Survive Your Election Day Anxiety Owen Keehnen, a writer and historian in Chicago, is losing sleep over the election. About five times a week over the past few months, he wakes up around 3 a.m. in a panic, he said. “As the election approaches, I feel an overwhelming amount of anxiety,” …

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For Parents, a New Level of Big-Picture Anxiety

For Parents, a New Level of Big-Picture Anxiety

For Parents, a New Level of Big-Picture Anxiety For Parents, a New Level of Big-Picture Anxiety To parents with a penchant for it, worry is a love language, so primal as to feel eternal. It’s not. By and large, fretting over our offspring’s happiness is a modern hobby, the invention of a society that now regards children as more than …

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