Jihadists issued “massive” calls for attacks against Chinese workers ahead of their return to #Indonesia over #China's treatment of #Uyhurs, resentment of foreigners amid job losses. Ethnic Indonesian Chinese also targetted, says ex militant. My piece https://t.co/TRDkUkVz6b
A bar graph that shows the Chapman University National COVID-19 and Mental Health Survey findings on the perceptions of how COVID-19 has influenced mental health in the past week. Credit: Chapman University
The Chapman University National COVID-19 and Mental Health Survey provides an in-depth look at the experiences of 4,149 adults living in the United States. The study asked questions about how the COVID-19 pandemic is impacting people’s mental health, physical health, romantic relationships and encounters of prejudice and discrimination.
What Are the Effects of COVID-19 on Mental Health and Behaviors?
Conducted at the end of April 2020, survey findings revealed that most people are staying home more than normal (89%), and the majority reported feeling more stressed (61%), nervous, anxious, or on edge (60%), and feeling down, depressed, or hopeless (45%) than normal due to the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic. People attributed the changes in their health behaviors to the pandemic, with about one-third reporting eating more because of stress (37%), eating more junk food (41%) and getting less exercise (35%).
In this soul searching and probing article, Prof Dr Mohd Tajuddin Mohd Rasdi examines our failure to effectively combat and exterminate racism and corruption, even though we have successfully done so in our fight agajnst the CoVid-19 pandemic. https://t.co/OfJAaXaCBz