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More Than A Third of Teenage Girls Experience Depression

Depression strikes far too often during adolescence, especially in teenage girls, a new study shows. More than a third of all teen girls in the United States wrestle with depression by the time they turn 17, according to new data regarding the state of children’s’ mental health. The study, which involved researchers from Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh of UPMC, examined reports of depression that began as early as 11 years of age through as late as 17 years of age. By the time they exited adolescence, the data showed 36 percent of girls and 13.6 percent of boys endured some form of depression. 


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