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COVID And Young People: The Future of Mental Health For All of Us

Solving this problem — the way modern life interacts negatively with our psyches — is a defining task of our era.

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During my 30-year career practicing and teaching psychiatry, there has never been anything like COVID to stress test the emotional vulnerability of our society.




We don't talk enough about mental health.

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Mark D Rego

Mark D Rego

Dr. Rego’s new book “ Frontal Fatigue. The Impact of Modern Life and Technology on Mental Illness” is available. Go to for more info.

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