People who believe in God fared better mentally and emotionally during the height of the COVID-19 pandemic.
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During the pandemic, young adults who spent more time on social media saw a decline in their mental well-being, a new study shows.
Researchers in the U.K. say the inaccuracy in recollection was proportionate to the severity of anxiety and depression among participants.
Enforced isolation during the pandemic meant children met fewer milestones in their first year of life, researchers say.
Researchers say teens and adolescents felt less lonely, avoided bullying, got more sleep and exercise, and their mental health improved while staying at home.