Angry teens could be suffering from Intermittent Explosive Disorder
One in 12 adolescents is on such a short fuse that they could be suffering from IED - intermittent explosive disorder, say psychologists.
The condition is characterised by persistent and uncontrollable anger attacks.
A new study, based on a household survey of 10,148 young teenagers in the
, found that nearly two thirds had a history of anger attacks involving real or threatened violence.