School of Medicine’s Carolyn levers-Landis shares her amazement at how patients have found relief in the coronavirus crisis

For some of us, forced isolation during the coronavirus crisis is a relief

Cleveland.com: Carolyn levers-Landis, a professor of pediatrics, commented on her amazement at how many of her patients, who range in age from 5 to 24, have benefited from involuntary isolation; some patients have social anxiety or body-image problems and find spending more time in the comfort of their family a welcome respite: “So, they don’t have to interact with people who aren’t very kind to them or they just don’t feel comfortable being around.”