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PostSubject: Third of girls 'have self-harmed'   Thu Apr 24, 2008 10:50 pm

A third of UK girls aged 11 to 19 have tried to harm themselves, a survey for a mental healthcare provider suggests.
More than half of the 800 young people said they knew someone who had self-harmed - either through cutting, burning or punching themselves. The main reason given was feeling depressed, with the results among boys being slightly lower at 22%.

Mental health charities said the figures were "worrying" and adolescents needed better access to treatment.

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