Parent behaviors linked to kids’ anxiety, depression | Reuters

(Reuters Health) – Young people whose parents tend to fight with each other or are over involved in their kids’ lives are at increased risk of depression and anxiety, according to a new comprehensive review of past studies.

Kids tend to first experience depression or anxiety between ages 12 and 18, the authors write. They reviewed 181 papers published on potential links between how parents behave and which young people experience either disorder.

via Parent behaviors linked to kids’ anxiety, depression | Reuters.

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