Study finds that even minor boosts in physical activity reduce depressive symptoms in teens
Team sports associated with less depression in boys as young as 9, study finds
Treatment options for concussed children shifting to active recovery; symptoms may linger for some dealing with anxiety and depression
Regulating screen times may improve sleep health, reduce depression and enable kids to perform at their best in school and in sports
New research shows 24 percent of girls and 9 percent of boys are depressed at age 14
Study says early maturing girls likely to experience depression and antisocial behavior well into adulthood
Recovery may be complicated by pre-existing conditions more prevalent in females
Children who battle weight issues are at increased risk of dealing with a lifetime of depression as adults, according to new research
Research finds that teens developing depression likely to use terms such as feeling 'stressed' rather than 'depressed'
Children, like adults, reap physical and mental benefits from being active and getting sweaty
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