Chief Innovation Officer, Dr. George James, Featured on KYW Newsradio: COVID-19 Pandemic Isolation Hits Younger Adults Harder Than Older Adults, US Census Finds

January 29, 2021 | A new survey indicates living alone during the coronavirus pandemic may have a greater mental health impact on young adults than on older adults.

Findings from the Census Bureau Household Pulse survey indicate, among adults living alone during the pandemic, those over the age of 65 have lower rates of anxiety and depression than two younger groups of adults: those in ages ranging from 18 to 29 and from 30 to 44.

By Hadas Kuznits KYW Newsradio

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