A study by the Saint Louis University medical school suggests that medical student depression and stress levels can be decreased without reducing the level of academic rigor. The medical school adopted a series of efforts designed to help students better manage their stress levels. Comparing the classes before and after the changes, the medical school found that the percentage of students who had depression fell from 27 to 11 percent. At the same time, board scores went up.
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