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For months, he helped his son keep suicidal thoughts at bay. Then came the pandemic. – Washington Post

Depression and anxiety in America have become rampant. One in 4 young adults have struggled with suicidal thoughts since the coronavirus hit, CDC says.

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But one question haunts him the most: What if the pandemic never happened? Would my son still be alive?
Since the coronavirus arrived, depression and anxiety in America have become rampant. Federal surveys show 40 percent of Americans are now grappling with at least one mental health or drug-related problem. But young adults have been hit harder than any other age group, with 75 percent struggling.
Even more alarming, when the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recently asked young adults…

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