Articles and information related to anxiety in children, adolescents, and teens.

How You Can Help Your Anxious Child…

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Most people can enjoy a drink or two in a social situation. But for people with social anxiety, alcohol can become a crutch.

Exercise is good for just about everything, right? According to one study, it may not be the cure-all we think it is.

You may think that constant worry is what keeps people with anxiety awake at night. A new study suggests that it may actually be caused by a very basic fear.

Can a new computer program relieve anxiety in children? Learn how it works and what the results are showing.

Can simple changes in your daily routine positively affect your child's energy?

Mindfulness-based cognitive therapy provides parents with a new option for treating their child's anxiety.

If your children are experiencing anxiety, consider taking them to an art therapist. You may be surprised by all that they can convey through their artwork!

Depression rates are on the rise and doctors at Children's Hospital University of Illinois are trying to do something about it.

Will a new government program help children who are at risk for mental illness? Children in Australia are now being screened for a range of disorders at 3 years of age.

Did you know that even children can suffer from anxiety disorders? Experts are concerned children with anxiety may not be getting the treatment they need.
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