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  • Women and young people are the most anxious
  • Women and young people are the most anxious
    Francesco (2008) ©
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Women and young people are the most anxious

New research has revealed that women and those under 35 are most likely to suffer from anxiety, with Gens Y and Z in North America and Western Europe affected the most. With the cost of caring for mental health conditions spiralling, can technology help ease worried minds?

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