At least one mental or substance use disorder was involved in more than one-fourth of hospital stays among teenagers in 2012, according to a new statistical brief from AHRQ’s Healthcare Cost and Utilization Project. Among those 310,100 hospital stays, mood disorders were the most common mental disorder, while cannabis use was the most common substance use disorder. Hospital stays involving opioid use disorders were 40 times higher among 19-year-olds than 13-year-olds. Learn more about mental and substance use disorders among hospitalized teenagers.
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