One student poll in France found 72% had suffered recent psychological distress and more than a third had had depressive symptoms.
Writer and founder of The Club Ryan Curtis responds to last week's op-ed which called for the end of golf.
"As a doctor, I see a lot of very distressed people coming into my office," he said. "The way the government and politicians talk about the virus is making people anxious and that's a big problem."
With only 2.5 million tests carried out in a country of 130 million, the pandemic is taking a psychological toll on Mexicans who face a struggle to encourage people to take precautions against the virus.
Tianna Johnson on why black girls don't go camping and how exploring the great outdoors is a form of privilege.
More flexible work hours provide unexpected bonuses for the environment and for our wellbeing.
It's easy to feel anxious about the state of the environment but this course is fighting that feeling with education.
"Routine, regulation and reassurance."