The pandemic has affected many things including people’s mental health. Stress has become more prevalent and Director of Public Health at Shelby County Community Services, Ed Lacheta, explains new research from Cornell University found that life expectancies have dropped.
Lacheta goes into detail just what this added stress is doing to people.
Lacheta tells us what our tendencies are as humans and how we change.
Lacheta even says that returning to “normal” from this pandemic isn’t enough. He says we have to do better than we did before.
Ed Lacheta, Director of Public Health at Shelby County Community Services, appeared as a guest on the WTIM Morning Show live from our studio in downtown Shelbyville.