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The national crisis of child mental health

The last ten years have seen a 92 per cent increase of eating disorders among young people and a 62 per cent rise in self-harming. The figures are shocking, but what are the reasons behind this explosion in children with serious mental health problems?

At least one in ten children in the UK have a diagnosable mental illness, and the numbers are only rising. But what are the reasons behind this explosion in children with serious mental health problems?

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