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“Stress can affect people in different ways, with biology, as well as social and cultural factors, all playing a role,” explains James Giordano, a neurologist at Georgetown University Medical Center, Washington

It’s still not clear why some people develop anxiety disorders and others don’t, says neurologist James Giordano at Georgetown University Medical Center

Source  Courtesy of James Giordano