Coronavirus: Effects of loneliness in children could last up to nine years


Children who have experienced long periods of loneliness are three times more likely to suffer from depression in years to come, according to a review looking into the long-term mental health impacts of lockdown.

Playing with friends is really important for children's well-being following this period of isolation, as children return to early years settings and school
Playing with friends is really important for children's well-being following this period of isolation, as children return to early years settings and school

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