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Kinder, gentler med school: Students less depressed, learn more

Medical school students learn more and are mentally healthier when pressure in medical school is reduced and they are taught stress management skills, a new study shows. The study looks at the well-being of first and second year students before and after changes a medical school curriculum that are designed to prevent depression, stress and anxiety.
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