(CNN) Researchers for a new study published in the journal Nature have found that the brain of a city-dweller may respond more strongly to stress than a country-dweller.
The study also suggests that two brain regions involved with emotion and stress regulation could potentially be harmed by living in a city.
This research delves into possible biological explanations for why other studies have found a 21% higher risk of anxiety disorders and a 39% increased risk for mood disorders among people who come from cities.
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