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Living in City Increases Stress

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It has long-since been suggested that living in the city can increase anxiety and stress levels, mostly as a result of all of the never-ending activities that seem to follow residents around. Now, a new study explores the validity of this theory and looks into what exactly is so stressful about living within city limits.

CNN details the results in the video below.

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