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October 22, While fewer straight teens suffer depression than did two decades ago, the same cannot be said for lesbian, gay and bisexual teens. For those teens, depression risk remains much higher than among their straight peers, new research shows, and it is not following a similar downward trend. Each year between andMassachusetts-based teens reported on struggles with sustained bouts of depressed moods, such as sadness or hopelessness.

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Researchers found that the rate of depression among teens who identify as lesbian, gay or bisexual remained almost unchanged - but worryingly high - from to These teens were also about twice as likely to report feeling depressed as those who identify as heterosexual. The team, from the Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University, in Providence, Rhode Island, says the findings provide further evidence that more aggressive efforts are needed in schools and health clinics to drive down these rates. A new study from Brown University in Rhode Island found that gay, lesbian and bisexual teens' rates of depression rose slightly from

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Why Are So Many Gay Teens Depressed?

Most adolescents and adults identify themselves as heterosexual. However, paediatricians and other health care providers must be aware of the significant psychological, social and medical issues that face young people who are gay, lesbian or bisexual. Almost all of these issues arise from the stigmatization that these youth face, rather than from the orientation itself 12.

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Latest Issue. Past Issues. LGBT teens are more likely to be suspended or expelled from schools, sometimes because they were trying to protect themselves from bullies. But a recent study published in the Journal of Homosexuality found that gay, bisexual, and lesbian teens who simply switched schools or living situations did not fare as well as their peers who linked up with larger LGBT groups.