Research looks at prevalence of mania, depression in teens

Researchers interviewed more than 10,000 teens and found that 2.5% of them met the criteria for having mania and depression, indicative of bipolar disorder. They also reported that mood disorders became more prevalent as children get older. The findings appear in the Archives of General Psychiatry.

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