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05 April 2011

Drop in income bad for mental health

People with a recent drop in income are more likely to suffer from depression, anxiety disorders, and drug abuse, according to a new study.

People with a recent drop in income are more likely to suffer from depression, anxiety disorders, and drug abuse, according to a new study.

"They're not necessarily interested in, say, a psychological intervention," he said. "They're more wanting basic needs met."

 
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