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Young People and Extreme Fatigue

A recent study suggests that extreme fatigue — chronic tiredness — among teens is more common that we thought. Researchers from the National Institute of Mental Health found that 3 percent of teens suffer from this disorder and that most of them go untreated. It’s believed that half of these cases are due to depression, reported HealthDay News


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