A new study finds that living close to the coast may have long-lasting benefits and supports better overall mental health.
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I live on the Coast of California after living in Tennessee, Kentucky and North Carolina and mental illness is the most blatant I have ever seen here. Just starting with homelessness and smug very low IQ illegal aliens. I see at least two incidents of serious road rage every day... and I am telling the truth. Maybe England is different or they are just studying rich sections of coastal areas and ignoring middle class and lower areas that are the dumping ground for the progressives's failed policies.

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Does this include Kalifornia where the needles run like wine and everything is covered in shit?

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Living in rat infested shitholes will keep you on your toes.

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Only because they didn't survey those of us living in the forest...

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Well if developing Trump Derangement Syndrome is considered "improved health", then the US coastal cities have got it in spades.

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HAH! What a JOKE! This "study" was produced by Libtards trying to pull an Orwellian STUNT. Coastal regions are places where even the locals say, "It's a nice place to visit but you don't want to live here." Why? Because the locals are NUT JOBS.

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You have to keep sharp to avoid the seagulls crapping on you from above.

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wouldnt know after visiting nyc, dc, baltimore, miami, la, san francisco, seattle.

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Funny, to this midwesterner, the coasts are fucking loonies?

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Meanwhile Climate Extremists want to move all humans AWAY from the coast just because.... I live near a coast and I love it and will never leave.

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