New US study on teen pandemic effects

A new study in the US has revealed alarming findings about the effects of the COVID pandemic on teenagers.

A Stanford University-led study aimed at studying gender differences in teen depression has shifted its focus after findings revealed brain ageing among teens before and after the first year of the pandemic.

The researchers say children from nine to 13 had brains that aged three years in 10 months.

The study also found pandemic teens had higher levels of anxiety and depression.

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