9/9/2008

The behavior of one in five boys and one in ten girls prompted their parents to ask educators or health professionals about possible mental-health issues in 2005 and 2006, according to a new National Center for Health Statistics survey. Mental-health experts expressed surprise at how common such questions were, and were uncertain whether they reflected a healthier attitude toward such issues or overly narrow standards of expected behavior.

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