Cole, Seeman, and Smith comment on Health Impacts of Coronavirus Stress and Fear


Heightened fears and the stress of social distancing and isolation may negatively impact the health of millions of Americans who are already feeling burdened by the effects of the novel coronavirus pandemic. And some health experts believe that such impacts might even leave certain people more susceptible to infection by the coronavirus.

Steve Cole (UCLA), Teresa Seeman (UCLA), Jacqui Smith Michigan) discuss this situation in this PRB feature.


Steven Cole

Teresa E. Seeman

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