Mental health among adolescents
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Mental health among adolescents

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      CDC’s Youth Risk Behavior Survey Data Summary & Trends Report: 2009–2019 provides the most recent surveillance and trend data on health behaviors and experiences among high school students across the country. It reports on the behaviors that contribute to the leading causes of death, morbidity, and social problems among youth and young adults, including mental health and suicide.

      Mental health and suicide ideation or actions among young people is a severe and growing problem in the United States. Poor mental health is associated with a host of health risks, both during adolescence and into adulthood. It can lead to risky sexual behavior, illicit substance use, unintended pregnancy, school absence and dropout, and other potentially life-long health problems.

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