When countries around the world were sent into lockdowns in the first wave of the COVID-19 pandemic – experts warned of an impending mental health epidemic: anticipating rates of loneliness, suicide and depression would skyrocket. But now, researchers say we may be much more resilient than we think. Global News Health reporter Jamie Mauracher explains.
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