Risk of self-harm rises among teens whose parent dies of cancer

12/4/2012 | Reuters

Teens who lost a parent to cancer were more likely to injure themselves than those with two living parents, according to a Swedish study in the Archives of Pediatrics & Adolescent Medicine. An increased sense of emotional distress and numbness might explain teens' tendency to intentionally hurt themselves following their parents' deaths, an expert said.

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