Survey of teens shows different perceptions of health

02/15/2008 | Reuters

A new study found that U.S. teens take into account family, school and social relationships when ranking their own health. The survey also showed that low-income teens placed more emphasis on mental health, rather than just physical health, than their wealthier counterparts.

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