FIFTY-three percent of Australian
adults believe that the mental
health of teenagers is worse now
than when they were teenagers,
according to a new Australian
Attitudes to Young People Survey.
Conducted by the Bupa Health
Foundation and the Australian
Research Alliance for Children and
Youth, the research surveyed 1,000
Australian adults aged over 18
years in May 2012, and was
designed to ascertain adults’
attitudes to the health and
wellbeing of children and young
people in Australia.
According to the results
Australian adults believe the health
and happiness of children and
young people ...
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