I am a copywriter writing mainly in English, but this is not my native language. I'm using tools like Grammarly to make sure I make as few mistakes as possible and try to google my problems, but this one seems too complex for Google to handle.

I need to write an engaging title for a social network post/ landing page, which goes like this: Are you worried about climate change? Here are our tips for coping with climate anxiety.

Is it acceptable to write: Worried about climate change? Here are our tips...

I know that articles can be omitted from titles, and I think that "are you" can be omitted as well, but I can't find any source which explicitly states that.

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    Have you tried a partially 'advanced' Google search for (e.g.) "Are you worried about", also "Worried about", "worried about your"? Without much trouble I found Worried about someone in prison?, Worried about a child?, Worried about your memory or dementia?, Worried about an Adult?, Worried about your teenager? Worried about your gambling?, Worried about your feelings? Commented Aug 29, 2023 at 8:10
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    Try a reasonably thorough treatment of ellipsis. Commented Aug 29, 2023 at 8:11

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I am a native speaker from US - "Worried About Climate Change" really is fine. It sounds a little bit more casual or familiar.

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