Signs of depression or anxiety seen in one-third of adults, census figures show
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With at least 100,000 deaths reported in the United States due to the coronavirus and months-long stay-at-home orders isolating billions globally, mental health has become a serious issue.
The study, which was initiated on April 23, ran for 90 days and collected data from approximately 40,000 people.
According to the results, 47.4 percent of adults age 18 to 29 showed signs of anxiety or depression, where only 19.8 percent of adults in their 70s exhibited signs.