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DEPRESSION HITS TEEN GIRLS
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DEPRESSION HITS TEEN GIRLS

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Another worrisome finding: Adolescent girls are far more likely than adolescent boys to suffer from depression, possibly because they spend more time worrying about problems in their lives, according to a study presented to the American Psychological Association. ``Girls feel less control of their environments than boys from a very early age, and this sense of uncontrollability contributes to rumination,' say psychologists Susan Nolen-Hoeksema and Joan Girgus.Input file was 0003 Output file was /asst/csi/0904/pass2/0004

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