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Thursday, 28 March 2019

Teenagers who live in cities are more likely to develop mental illness, study says

Teenagers who live in cities are more likely to develop mental illness, study says
- Growing up in a city increases your risks of developing a mental illness, ... estimates of air pollution at 20×20 metre grid points throughout the UK.

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