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Articles by Christine A. Smetana, MD (Lt Col, MC, USAF); Deven M. Patel, PhD, MPH; Shauna Stahlman, PhD, MPH; Aparna Chauhan, PhD, MPH; Natalie Y. Wells, MD, MPH (CAPT, MC, USN); Saixia Ying, PhD

COVID-19 and Depressive Symptoms Among Active Component U.S. Service Members, January 2019–July 2021

With the holiday season upon us, the cold, dark days that winter brings, and the social distancing and movement restrictions brought about by COVID-19, it’s not uncommon for people to feel depressed. (Photo by Erin Bolling)

This study examined the rates of depressive symptoms in active component U.S. service members prior to and during the COVID-19 pandemic and evaluated whether SARS-CoV-2 test results (positive or negative) were associated with self-reported depressive symptoms.

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