Genetic Depression ‘Protection’ No Match for Pandemic Stress

December 14, 2023


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5-15 mins
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Presented by The Record

According to a University of Michigan study, nearly one-third of first-year students experienced clinical depression, over double the number of students in prior years of the study. There are genetic markers that act as protection against depression, but even those were no match for the onset of depression stemming from pandemic stressors.

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