One-Quarter of Teenage Girls Depressed

Twenty-five percent of females between the ages of 16 to 19 will experience an episode of major depression and smokers are more likely to become depressed, according to a unique study led by a University of Alberta researcher. Decreases in social support and increases in smoking were both linked to increases in depressive symptoms. These adolescents are at risk for anxiety, eating and conduct disorders, as well as academic failure and problems in interpersonal relationships. More and more...

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