Study finds one in 5 U.S. teens reports mental disorder

10/14/2010 | MyHealthNewsDaily.com

A study of 10,123 U.S. teens found one in five had experienced a mental disorder serious enough to affect their daily activities. Data showed anxiety disorders were most common, followed by behavior disorders, including ADHD.

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