Parent-Child Bond Tied to Mental Health of Teens in High-Achieving Schools

Parent-Child Bond Tied to Mental Health of Teens in High-Achieving Schools

The top three risk factors for poor mental health in adolescents — poverty, racism and discrimination — have been the same for many years; but a new risk factor appeared in this year’s Robert Wood Johnson Foundation 2018 report: ongoing pressure to excel in high-achieving schools in affluent communities.

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