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High levels of depression, anxiety and externalizing disorders are common in the general population of children in the USA. These disorders are further dramatically increased in the offspring of a parent with bipolar disorder followed up prospectively for 7 years or in the offspring of a parent with unipolar depression followed up for 20 years, yet few receive early or adequate treatment. This is particularly problematic as early onset mood disorders have a more difficult course and outcome than adult onset illness, and are associated with long delays to first treatment, which is an additional independent risk factor for a poor outcome.
Depression, Anxiety, Mood Disorders, Depression, Anxiety, Mood Disorders