As Idaho's COVID-19 Fight Continues, How Our Brains Are Coping With Stress
The coronavirus pandemic has taken a toll, not just on people’s physical health, but also their mental health.
For some people, long-term planning or routine tasks that were easier last year are now road blocks that are hard to get around. Others are suddenly overly focused on cleaning or washing their hands.
Boise State Public Radio reporter James Dawson spoke with Lily Brown, the director of University of Pennsylvania’s Center for the Treatment and Study of Anxiety on how humanity is processing its newfound stress.
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