Too many teens suffering from stress


PETALING JAYA: A national survey has revealed that Malaysians aged 13 to 17 are critically suffering from mental health problems.

One in five are suffering depression (18.3%), two in five anxiety (39.7%), and one in 10 suffering from stress (9.6%).

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