Tuesday, December 22, 2020

COVID-19 isolation hurting women more than men



News Release 22-Dec-2020
University of Calgary


A study by University of Calgary researchers with the Hotchkiss Brain Institute examining sex and gender differences on sleep, empathy and mood during months of isolation due to COVID-19 has found that women are suffering more than men with poorer sleep and more anxiety, depression and trauma, while also feeling more empathetic than men. 


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