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  • Lindsay P. South

More anxiety in children not involved in activities during pandem

Children who did not take part in social and group activities during the pandemic had significantly higher levels of anxiety than those who did not. Elevated anxiety levels were also found among children in households whose incomes fell, a University of Gothenburg study shows.


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