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The number of children who are homeless at least part of the year now reaches more than 1. Mayors in Rhode Island told their governor that their cities need fiscal aid from the state to prevent them from having to declare bankruptcy. Surge in homeless pupils strains schools.
Washington, DC: Author. Those who currently live in the city, for example, showed higher activation the amygdala, the brain region that regulates emotions such as anxiety and fear. The researchers think it is the social aspects of urban living — the stress of living and dealing with lots of people, and feeling more anxiety, fear and threat as a result — more so than other urban factors like pollution or noise that explains the higher stress-related brain responses among the city dwellers.
In particular, they were weighed and had their blood checked for evidence of diabetes. Mental Health Problems Our earlier discussions of crowding and of traffic congestion indicated that stress is one of the most important consequences of these two urban problems.
RI Gov. How long can cities maintain their balance before falling overboard? She also served as a staff attorney at the Legal Assistance Foundation of Chicago, where she specialized in housing law.
Their results were then compared to women in their original neighborhoods who were not selected to move away.