Tag Archives: falls

Americans’ Sense of Well-Being Falls to Great Recession Levels, Gallup Finds

It’s déjà vu all over again for Americans’ well-being: we haven’t felt this low since the advent of the Great Recession that hit our well-well-being hard in December 2008. As COVID-19 diagnoses reached 200,000 in the U.S. in April 2020, Gallup gauged that barely 1 in 2 people felt they were thriving. In the past 12… Read More »

Facebook Falls Short for College Kids Battling Depression, Study Finds

SUNDAY, Jan. 19, 2020 — Turning to Facebook for help is probably the wrong move for depressed college students, new research shows. In a small study of 33 students who posted on Facebook about feelings of depression, not one was advised to reach out to a mental health professional for help. Rather, friends sent supportive… Read More »

NHS winter crisis: Number of A&E patients treated in four hours falls to record low in December

Worst ever NHS A&E performance figures for December show 400,000 patients faced four-hour waits as record-low 79.8% were treated in the target time More than one in five people in A&E December spent more than four hours there Last week 18,251 ambulance patients waited 30 mins or more to be handed over Doctors said hospitals… Read More »

Prevalence of self-reported neurocognitive impairment falls among people with HIV in Switzerland

Depression, poor adherence and opportunistic infections associated with persisting impairment Persisting neurocognitive impairment in people with HIV is associated with a serious central nervous system infection in the past, depression and less than perfect adherence to ART, Swiss investigators report in the online edition of Clinical Infectious Diseases. Individuals with these characteristics could benefit from… Read More »