Self-harm to rise among young people, government predicts

Neil Puffett
Monday, August 10, 2015

Self-harm, eating disorders, and anxiety and depression are likely to be the biggest risk factors facing young people in the coming years, a government think-tank has concluded.

A government think-tank has predicted that self-harm among young people could be set to rise. Picture: Lucie Carlier
A government think-tank has predicted that self-harm among young people could be set to rise. Picture: Lucie Carlier

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