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ER Admissions for Self-harm Have Increased Among 10- to 14-year-old Girls

Much of the evidence for the adolescent mental health crisis is based on surveys where teens are asked about their symptoms. Those surveys are anonymous and often ask about symptoms many people many not even realize are indicators of depression. Still, having behavioral evidence of mental health issues is also important, to rule out the possibility that teens are just more willing to admit to symptoms than they used to be. No proof of any rapid change in de-stigmatization of mental health issues has ever been offered, but the argument continues to be made. Read More

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