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BYU study finds inversion, rainy days have no effect on emotional distress

Rain, pollution and cold temperatures don’t necessarily get students down, but lack of sun time does, according to a study by BYU professors.

The professors teamed up to analyze six years of therapy distress measures across 19 weather and pollution variables to better understand environmental factors on emotional distress.

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By Jessica Grimaud Posted on