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Study: Latino Youth More Likely to Suffer Depression

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Study: Latino Youth More Likely to Suffer Depression

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Study: Latino Youth More Likely to Suffer Depression

Study: Latino Youth More Likely to Suffer Depression

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Researchers say that young Latinos are more likely than other young people to suffer from depression or consider suicide. Many doctors and therapists say long separations from family members in their native countries could contribute to the feelings of depression. Hear Madge Kaplan of member station WGBH.

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