The Psychological Benefits Of Having Things To Look Forward To

The coronavirus pandemic has canceled the plans and events we were excited about. Here's how to build positive anticipation when the future is so uncertain.
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Authors: Talevi D, Socci V, Carai M, Carnaghi G, Faleri S, Trebbi E, di Bernardo A, Capelli F, Pacitti F Abstract The coronavirus disease 2019 (CoViD-19) caused by the novel Coronavirus strain SARS-CoV-2 is currently a pandemic. On January 30, 2020, the World Health Organization declared that the CoViD-19 outbreak is a public health emergency of international concern. The virus has already had a direct impact on the physical health of million people, and besides, it is supposed to pose a mental health threat of great magnitude globally. This review aims at synthesizing mounting evidence concerning the immediate psy...
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Almost half of Californians think the worst is still to come for the Covid-19 pandemic, and about three-quarters either want coronavirus restrictions to continue as they are or be even stricter. That’s according to new poll results released by the Public Policy Institute of California, which surveyed 1,706 adults in California by phone, between May 17-26. “The concern about the disease is so high,” said Mark Baldassare, president and CEO of the San Francisco-based nonpartisan think -tank,…
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This article discusses the value of studying past social and psychological responses to pandemics and natural disasters in understanding reactions to coronavirus disease of 2019 (COVID-19). By examining severe acute respiratory syndrome (SARS) experiences ...
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The genesis and global spread of coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) has resulted in significant health concerns amid societies that were ill-equipped for such a formidable opponent. The COVID-19 pandemic has illuminated systemic health disparities and wea...
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The novel coronavirus (SARS-CoV-2) and the associated disease it causes, COVID-19, have caused unprecedented social disruption. Due to sweeping stay-at-home orders across the United States and internationally, many victims and survivors of domestic violenc...
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As countries that implemented travel bans early on in the coronavirus pandemic begin to open up, the UK is only just getting startedCoronavirus – latest updatesSee all our coronavirus coverageWhen the next pandemic hits – and it’s a question of when, not if – it will be vital that we did all we could at this moment to learn the lessons taught to us by coronavirus. One key lesson has been the effectiveness of travel bans. Countries that managed to contain the virus effectively implemented immediate health screenings of new arrivals, 14-day quarantines for those entering the country and even full...
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Yes, more people of black, Latin and south Asian origin are dying, but there is no genetic ‘susceptibility’ behind itFrom the start of the coronavirus pandemic, there has been an attempt to use science to explain the disproportionate impact of Covid-19 on different groups through the prism of race. Data from the UK and the US suggests that people categorised as black, Hispanic (Latino) and south Asian are more likely to die from the disease.The way this issue is often discussed, but also the response of some scientists, would suggest that there might be some biological reason for the higher ...
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Peter Daszak joins TWiV to explain the work of EcoHealth Alliance in surveillance of bats in China for SARS-related coronaviruses to provide the information needed to prevent future pandemics, and why NIH recently withdrew financial support for their work. Click arrow to playDownload TWiV 623 (41 MB .mp3, 68 min)Subscribe (free): iTunes, Google Podcasts, RSS, email Become a patron of TWiV! Show notes […]
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Your medicine cabinet is your first stop in times of illness, and the coronavirus pandemic is good reason to stock it up with necessary supplies. Here's a list of what you can use to ensure your household's medicine chest is well-stocked.
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MORE than half the UK population has had trouble sleeping during the coronavirus pandemic, a survey has shown.
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