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Several studies suggest that medical education does not prevent or reduce substance use, moreover it could increase over time and it appears that the use of sedative drugs in medical students is comparatively widespread across the world (1-3). Higher rates of high anxiety and depression have also been reported for medical students in different countries(More)
Many studies suggested contribution of various academic and non-academic stressors to the reported higher prevalence of anxiety and mood disorders in medical and dental undergraduate students in different countries (1-3). The highest rates of anxiety and depression have been reported for the first and second-year medical and dental students (first study(More)
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