Study: Teens who learn coping skills may reduce risk of depression

06/3/2009 |

At-risk teenagers who work in groups to learn coping and problem-solving skills can reduce their risk of depression even if their parents have the disorder, according to a study. The group program was found to be much more likely to be effective if parents did not have symptoms of depression when students began attending.

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