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23 August 2015
Media women demand better mental health care for teens
Sunday Express


THREE high-flying media women behind a campaign to help teenagers cope with the transition to adult life are to flood David Cameron’s letter box with calls for better mental health care for young people.


In an average UK classroom 3 children are self-harming, 1 in 10 will develop an eating disorder and suicide is the biggest killer of our young men. Joining Nadia in the ‘Charlie's Angels of mental health’ line-up are Natasha Devon, 34, a journalist and TV pundit, known for her column in Cosmopolitan rising songwriter Grace Barrett, 26, who has toured the world as a singer.

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