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College Stress: Help Your Teen Cope

Stress is a normal part of life, especially during periods of change and uncertainty. But the transition to college can be stressful for a host of reasons. The American College Health Association National College Health Assessment shows stress, more than physical illness, lack of sleep, or concern for friends or family, is the single biggest roadblock to success at school.

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