1. Adults more prone to mental health problems  Himalayan Times
  2. Study: 1 In 5 Children Suffers From A Mental Health Disorder  Study Finds
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About 13.2 per cent youths aged 18 and above in the country suffer from mental health problems, according to a report.

Adults more prone to mental health problems | The Himalayan Times

One in five children suffer from a mental health disorder -- with notable increases in depression and anxiety over the past 30 years -- yet less than one-third have had contact with a mental healthcare provider, a new study finds.One in five children suffer from a mental health disorder -- with notable increases in depression and anxiety over the past 30 years -- yet less than one-third have had contact with a mental healthcare provider, a new study finds.

Study: 1 In 5 Children Suffers From A Mental Health Disorder - Study Finds

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