Rates of depression among college students jumped 135% from 2013 to 2021

The number of college students experiencing depression or anxiety has more than doubled over the last eight years, a new study finds.

Researchers at Boston University (BU) found that the number of students suffering from depression jumped 135 percent from 2013 to 2021. This came alongside a 110 percent increase in anxiety cases across the same time period.

While lockdowns, school closures and disruptions to everyday life caused by the COVID-19 pandemic are partly to blame for rises in recent…

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