The Declining Mental Health of America’s Children, and the Politics Behind it.

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Recently, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention conducted its annual National Hospital Ambulatory Medical Care Survey. Using data collected from 300 emergency rooms nationwide as the sample, researchers found that the number of children between the ages of 5 and 18 diagnosed with suicidal ideation or suicide attempts has in fact doubled since 2007…

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Lauren is a writer & leftist with analysis on topics related to politics & policy. She can be reached at LaurenMartinchek@gmail.com or Twitter @xlauren_mx

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Lauren Elizabeth

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Lauren is a writer & leftist with analysis on topics related to politics & policy. She can be reached at LaurenMartinchek@gmail.com or Twitter @xlauren_mx

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