The price of convenience: Research links city living to lowered mental health

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(Natural News) Recent mental health research shows that city living can negatively affect overall mental health. According to Psychology Today, city dwellers experience higher levels of anxiety and depression. It turns out that population density doesn’t equate to human connection and relationship. Without these true binding forces, city life disappoints. Lights and noises are all around, but it’s…

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