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It’s May, otherwise known as Mental Health Awareness Month. Mental health awareness has been steadily growing around the world, but it is still largely below what it should and could be. Often, getting treated for a mental illness is something looked at as “embarrassing” and...

In a recent article published in The New York Times, Leonard Sax M.D., PH.D., brings attention to the many reasons anxiety in teens tends to be more prevalent in girls. He uses the example of an athletic, academically talented, seemingly perfect girl on the surface,...