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New Research Suggests Technology Can Help With Anxiety, Depression From Social Distancing Isolation

cbs4.com Thursday, 21 May 2020
Mental health professionals are concerned many people are struggling with anxiety and depression because of isolation and social distancing during the coronavirus pandemic. New research from Northwestern Medicine suggests technology might help.
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