Teenage girls more unhappy than boys

22nd April 2011 at 01:00

Twice as many girls are suffering "teen angst" compared with boys, according to research released this week. More than 900,000 teenage girls in the UK are "unhappy and depressed" according to the study, with girls becoming more miserable in the past three years, said a report by think-tank Demos.

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