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A national study from the American Psychological Association (APA), with survey polling conducted by The Harris Poll, shows that Americans are suffering from elevated levels of stress. 2020 has put undue pressure on Americans across the country, from worrying about COVID-19, the economy, culture wars, and the 2020 election. The APA sounds the alarm on the potentially harmful long-term affects of stress, especially on Gen Z.
To learn more, find the APA’s insights on the links below:
- Stress in America 2020 Survey Signals a Growing National Mental Health Crisis
- Stress in the Time of COVID-19, Volume Two
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