Social Isolation Could Have Lasting Impacts On Young People’s Mental Health

The COVID-19 pandemic has greatly affected consumers’ mental health, and now a new study is exploring the long-term effects that this extended period of social isolation will have on young people. Continue Reading →

Consumers From Harlem To Hawaii Should Still Find Ways To Exercise During Quarantine

Researchers have highlighted both the physical and mental health benefits associated with exercise, and now a new study is emphasizing the importance of exercising even during periods of isolation. Continue Reading →

Watching Nature Content Can Give Consumers A Mental Health Boost

Recent studies have shown how spending time in nature can be beneficial for consumers’ mental and physical wellness, and now a new study conducted by researchers from the University of Exeter found that those benefits can also be felt virtually. Continue Reading →


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