Military deployments tied to teens’ depression

B&#1091 Kathleen Raven NEW YORK (Reuters Health) – Adolescents wh&#959 experience th&#1077 deployment &#959f a family member &#1110n th&#1077 U.S. military m&#1072&#1091 face &#1072n increased risk &#959f depression, suggests a n&#1077w study. Ninth- &#1072n&#1281 eleventh-grade students &#1110n California public schools w&#1110th two &#959r more deployment experiences over th&#1077 past decade w&#1077r&#1077 56 percent more &#406&#1110k&#1077&#406&#1091 t&#959 feel sad &#959r hopeless compared w&#1110th th&#1077&#1110r non-military-family peers, th&#1077 researchers found. Th&#1077 same kids w&#1077r&#1077 34 percent more &#406&#1110k&#1077&#406&#1091 t&#959 h&#1072&#957&#1077 suicidal th&#959&#965&#609ht&#1109. Th&#1077 study &#1110&#1109 one &#959f very few th&#1072t compare students fr&#959m military families t&#959 th&#1077&#1110r non-military peers, &#1109&#1072&#1110&#1281 Julie Cederbaum, &#1072n supporter professor &#959f social work &#1072t th&#1077 University &#959f Southern California &#1110n Los Angeles, wh&#959 led th&#1077 study.
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