Stress in America: Are Teens Adopting Adults' Stress Habits?

Reports on how teens development of stress habits may be modeled after adults stress habits causing unhealthy levels of stress with poor stress management skills, especially during the school year. During the school year American teens say their stress level is higher than levels reported by adults. 

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