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Infants in California remain at high risk for maltreatment

New study affirms that society needs better coordination of available services to ensure the safety of children ...

Kansas State University researchers suggest ways to develop healthy eating habits in a child — start early and eat your vegetables

MANHATTAN — A healthy diet promotes success in life — better concentration and alertness, better physical health that translates into good mental ...

Victorian youth re-offending rates significantly lower than today

Recidivism rates amongst Victorian young offenders were significantly lower than today, revealing the value of providing “skills and stability”, say University of Liverpool researchers. ... Full story

Children encouraged to be fearless, not anxious

University of Queensland researchers are seeking families of anxious children to participate in a ground-breaking intervention called Fear-less. ... Full story

Children Doing Synchronized Activities Feel Closer and More Similar, May Engage in More Positive and Pro-social Behaviors

Hebrew University research shows benefits of simultaneous activities in early childhood ... Full story

Rice device gently warms hypothermic infants

Student team designs low-cost incubator for developing countries ... Full story

York leads UK survey on adoptive, foster and step-parenting

Psychologists from the University of York are spearheading research into the parenting experiences of those with adopted, fostered and step-children in the UK. ... Full story

Independent review shows UQ program helps children with disabilities

Independent research has shown a UQ parenting program can help children with behavioural issues. ... Full story

Report highlights negative effects of unauthorized immigrant parents on American children

Extensive research provides scientific evidence that American children of unauthorized immigrants would benefit from the White House plan to grant their parents permission to remain in the United States, according to a new report by UCLA and USC researchers. ... Full story

Early intervention makes all the difference, says Rocky mother of child with autism

Julia Ilott said said the Heights College teachers had been willing to learn more about ASD as part of their professional development. ... Full story

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