Depression “costs” teens – in many ways

A study from the Yale School of Public Health, reported in The Atlantic , suggests that depressed teens continue to experience problems in adulthood in terms of their educational level and earning ability.  Another good argument for early identification and intervention before the long term damage to individuals takes hold.

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