Mar 11, 2023 - 30 min
In fact, it could be doing the opposite. Cities have always been thought to foster higher levels of mental health problems than those who live more rurally. But new research suggests that this isn’t the case. Hadriana Lowenkron examines how a new study from the National Academy of Sciences journal indicates that big cities' hubbub helps buffer against mental health strain.
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