Adolescent girls 'more likely to develop mental health issues'


Girls transitioning to secondary school are much more likely to develop mental health problems than boys, according to new research.

Girls moving to secondary school are among the most likely to suffer from mental health issues. Picture: Alex Deverill
Girls moving to secondary school are among the most likely to suffer from mental health issues. Picture: Alex Deverill

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