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It’s a worry: study predicts lifetime of anxiety
A survey from Macquarie University’s centre for emotional health, which asked people about their everyday worries, found more than 80 per cent of the 282 respondents under 30 worried moderately to a lot about work or study.
More than half worried about social interactions, and nearly 70 per cent stressed about their image, including looks and achievements.