February 23, 2021
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Disclosures: Czeisler reports numerous relevant financial disclosures. Please see the study for his and all other authors’ relevant financial disclosures.
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The prevalence of adverse mental health symptoms among U.S. adults remained elevated in the later phase of the COVID-19 pandemic vs. prepandemic, according to results of a research letter published in JAMA Network Open.
“Given suggestions that acute increases in the prevalence of adverse mental health symptoms may represent a transient response to mass trauma, we sought to determine whether these patterns persisted in September 2020 and to examine disproportionately affected demographic groups,” Mark É. Czeisler, AB, of the Turner Institute for Brain and Mental Health at Monash University in Australia, and colleagues wrote…