Perception of being underweight is tied to increased risk of depression in teen boys

01/14/2014 | U.S. News & World Report

A pair of studies published in the journal Psychology of Men & Masculinity showed that adolescent boys who see themselves as too underweight were more prone to depression, bullying and steroid use than their peers. In one study, the perception of being very skinny or overweight despite having a healthy weight was associated with a greater depression risk, compared with boys who thought they were an average weight.

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