I think the news is promoting more worry about many things than before thanks to a different type of poison: bias. When it comes to climate change, some articles say droughts will persist for another 5 years. That's bias! Some articles claim carbon capture in vehicles won't work. Although it does work, it's not quite as affordable as we thought. That's partially bias. But even without bias, there comes an old saying that goes a little something like this: You can't handle the truth.That means you would end up hearing statements you'll eventually wish wasn't the truth. Like in politics, conservatives say liberalism is a mental disorder. Now I'm barely beginning to see how it makes sense. Liberals seem to write articles that support negative outcomes (like "this will only get worse, scientists say" or "situation rapidly getting worse") in an effort to make their political enemies listen on certain issues, like climate change. I hope liberalism is a mental disorder in terms of politics. Otherwise, I wish someone would state that conservatism is a mental disorder in politics.
If all you wanna see is good news, then I'd recommend checking out the GNN or goodnewsnetwork.org! It seems to be the only worthwhile news source I can rely on. Whenever I feel the urge to check on something that will worry me, I'll just shake it off.