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Hair Follicle Cortisol Tests On Families Reveals Pandemic Stress Levels
Researchers looked at follicle samples from mothers and children in 2019 and compared them to samples from 2020.
Moms | September 17, 2021

What’s the impact of Covid on mental health? Your hair holds the answer, new study says
Scientists at New York University Abu Dhabi find higher levels of stress hormone cortisol in mothers and children of families which faced more disruption due to pandemic.
The Print | September 07, 2021

Researchers use the hair cortisol test to measure family stress levels during COVID-19
NYU Abu Dhabi  researchers use the hair cortisol test in collaboration with Global TIES for Children and researchers at the University of California, Davis and the Hashemite University in Jordan and detected effect of COVID-19 on family stress levels.
Florida News Times | September 06, 2021

Researchers use hair cortisol test to detect the impact of COVID-19 on stress levels in families
Researchers at NYU Abu Dhabi in collaboration with Global TIES for Children and researchers at University of California Davis as well as Hashemite University in Jordan, have used a hair cortisol test to detect the impact of COVID-19 on stress levels in families.
Medical Life Sciences News | September 06, 2021

Researchers use hair cortisol test to measure stress levels of families during COVID-19
Researchers at NYU Abu Dhabi, in collaboration with Global TIES for Children and researchers at University of California Davis as well as Hashemite University in Jordan, have used a hair cortisol test to detect the impact of COVID-19 on stress levels in families.
Medical Xpress | September 06, 2021

NYU Abu Dhabi researchers use hair cortisol test to measure stress levels of families during COVID-19
Data collected in Jordan adds to theory that the pandemic has been a global mental health crisis as well as a physical health crisis that must be addressed.
Eureka Alert | September 06, 2021