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Heightened food worries linked to worse mental health during COVID-19 pandemic

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The COVID-19 pandemic and its associated lockdowns may have worsened worries over food insecurity among many Canadians and negatively impacted their mental health, according to a nationwide survey conducted during the first wave.

People who were younger or who had household incomes below $50,000 were more likely to worry about having enough food to meet their household needs, says researcher Dr. Corey McAuliffe, a postdoctoral fellow at UBC’s school of nursing in the faculty of applied science….

https://news.ubc.ca/2021/09/23/food-insecurity-worries-worse-mental-health-covid19-pandemic/

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