Childcare Professionals Endured Higher Rates of Depression, Stress, and Asthma During the Pandemic, U.S. Study Reveals
U.S. childcare professionals had increased rates of potentially diagnosable depression, stress, and moderate to severe asthma following the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, according to a recent study by the Yale CARES team, an interdisciplinary group based at the Yale Child Study Center.
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