Study: 15% of teens believe they will die young

06/30/2009 | Yahoo!

Almost 15% of 20,000 teens who responded to a survey said they believed they would die young, which researchers said can lead teens to engage in risky behaviors because they feel "hopeless." The study, published in Pediatrics, also found these teens were seven times more likely to get HIV/AIDS and also more likely to attempt suicide or get in serious fights.

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