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Body Satisfaction Key to Positive Mental Health in Overweight Teens

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Post Body Satisfaction Key to Positive Mental Health in Overweight Teens

(Psych Central News) Unfortunately, more teens are overweight or obese than ever before. This realization worries experts as they fear that a negative body image may compromise the mental health of teens. This anxiety has lead to a new study that may provide hope as researchers discover overweight teens who are satisfied with their bodies are less depressed [...]

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