2006 to 2018 saw decrease in proportion of visits with any therapy, but no significant change in medication use

Children with previous mental health service use, non-Hispanic Whites have higher odds of service use after injury

Intentional interpersonal or bystander injuries accounted for 67.2 percent of the cohort and increased in 2020

Prevalence of eating disorders more than doubled during pandemic in 13- to 18-year-old girls, with similar trend, but lower prevalence, in boys

Murthy is calling on policymakers, tech companies, researchers, and parents to 'urgently take action'

<p>There are both benefits and harms involved in social media use, and the report authors sought a balanced approach</p>

Very high-risk profile characterized by younger males with mood and developmental disorders

Only 26.2 percent of children with parent-reported ADHD had ever received outpatient mental health care

Most common worries include those regarding school and friendships

There is a high prevalence of vitamin D deficiency in pregnancy, particularly among Black women