School, Study, SATs: No Wonder Teens Are Stressed This is the season of college applications and high-stakes entrance exams. Tens of thousands of teenagers are pushing hard to do well. Many, though, are overworked, overscheduled and overstressed -- and it's taking a toll on the mental health and development of a number of teens.
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School, Study, SATs: No Wonder Teens Are Stressed

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School, Study, SATs: No Wonder Teens Are Stressed

School, Study, SATs: No Wonder Teens Are Stressed

School, Study, SATs: No Wonder Teens Are Stressed

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A report from the American Academy of Pediatrics says more and more teens are being sidelined by pre-college pressure. iStockphoto.com hide caption

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