Positive teen-family relationships may lower later depression risk

Positive teen-family relationships may lower later depression risk

A study in JAMA Pediatrics showed that youths with reduced conflict with their parents as well as increased family cohesion as teens had reduced odds of developing depression symptoms from adolescence to middle age, compared with those with less positive family relationships. Researchers also found that positive family relationships were more beneficial for women, particularly during their teens and early 20s, but men saw longer-term benefits from low parent-child conflict than women.

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