Nearly half of parents reported their teenagers faced new or worsening mental health conditions since the pandemic began, a new poll has found.
A survey of 977 parents with children ages 13 to 18 analyzed teen mental health conditions like anxiety, depression, and aggressive behavior during the pandemic. The national poll, conducted by Ipsos for C.S. Mott Children’s Hospital at the University of Michigan Medical School, looked at how parents were helping teens cope and whether they believed their strategies were successful.
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