Treating Kids In War Zones For Anxiety, Depression May Benefit Mental Health

Reuters (7/7, Harding) reports that treating children impacted by war for anxiety and depression may benefit their long-term behavior and mental health, according to a study of 529 youngsters from Sierra Leone published online July 6 in the journal Pediatrics.

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— “Care for depression, anxiety helps war-exposed children long-term,” Anne Harding, Reuters, July 6, 2015.

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