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There has a steep rise in reports of self-harm among young teenage girls in the United Kingdom. A new study from the British Medical Journal that more and more girls aged 13 to 16 from self-inflicted harm. Researchers from the University of Manchester at data on nearly 17,000 patients from more than 600 doctors' surgeries. The researchers that there a 68 per cent increase in self-harm among 13- to 16-year-old girls over the three-year period of the study. During the same period, rates constant among 10- to 12-year-old girls and 17- to 19-year-olds. The study self-harm rates among girls three times higher than those for boys.

Doctor Nav Kapur, study author and professor of psychiatry and population health, increasing stress and psychological problems probably what was the trend. He said: "We must self-harm seriously. It's important to its underlying causes." A UK children's charity said: "Self-harm can often an expression of a deeper problem, which is why early intervention services to these children are vital. Without this, the consequences really can a matter of life or death." Self-harm one of the biggest risk factors for suicide among teens. Suicide now the second most common cause of death in the under-25s worldwide.

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