A recent study found that most teenagers are "happy with their lives" but that schoolwork was among their biggest sources of stress and anxiety.
Many factors contribute to the increased stress in childhood, some of which include: pain, injury, illness, parents’ divorce, family’s financial crisis, loss and/or death of a loved one.
A new study has linked childhood tears and tantrums to a higher incidence of strokes and heart disease in adulthood. Find out more about throwing tantrums and increased stroke risk here.
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