The Most Depressed States in the U.S.

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Mental health disorders, such as depression and anxiety, are becoming more and more common in the U.S., and many mental health experts point to the coronavirus pandemic as the catalyst that pushed an already worsening situation into the public health crisis we see today.

The number of diagnosed depression cases in adults and youth in the U.S. had been increasing over the previous decade.

The social and economic events of 2020 – the first year of the coronavirus pandemic – such as social distancing, stay-at-home orders, business lockdowns, staff redundancies and furloughs, and so on, have raised the national rate of depression to previously unseen levels.

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