Survey also shows many struggling with pandemic-related mental health issues, particularly younger Americans.
NEW YORK – Americans are responding to the challenges posed by the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic by making positive lifestyle changes that they expect to continue long term, according to a national survey by Parade/Cleveland Clinic. The third annual Healthy Now survey shows that 18- to 34-year-olds were the most likely demographic to adopt new healthy behaviors in many categories. However, the survey also revealed significant mental health challenges, particularly stress, anxiety and depression issues, brought on by the pandemic among survey respondents. The full survey findings are featured online at Parade.com/normal
Key findings from the summer 2020 survey: