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New health concern among young professionals: Debt

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Thousands of young professionals participated in a study by Northwestern University that connects debt with mental health, which found those in debt have a greater risk of high blood pressure and depression. The study also shows that if the young adults sold everything they owned, including their homes, a shocking 20% would still be in debt.