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Delayed brain development in the poorest children linked to lower educational achievement

ANN ARBOR—The gap between income and achievement in school has been well documented over the years but new research from the University ...

Delayed brain development in the poorest children linked to lower educational achievement

ANN ARBOR—The gap between income and achievement in school has been well documented over the years but new research from the University ...

A high-stakes birth lottery in the U.S., Stanford researchers say

A new study by Stanford researchers describes how American children born into high-income families can expect far greater earnings and income over their lifetimes than children born into low-income families. ... Full story

California's new vaccination law serves as a national model for children's health, Stanford scholars say

Stanford legal experts say that California's controversial new vaccination law may serve as a model for other states at a time when vaccination rates are low by historical standards. ... Full story

New UCLA-University of Texas checklist helps identify children, teens with bereavement disorder

If untreated, maladaptive grief can hamper social, academic development in youth ... Full story

Trinity Infant and Child Research Lab Focuses on Parent-Child Interaction

The question of how mothers and fathers interact with their infants and how these interactions relate to later development is the research focus of the new Infant and Child Research Laboratory at the School of Psychology, Trinity College Dublin. ... Full story

Could infant screening prevent autism?

A number of randomised controlled trials – the gold standard scientific method for testing whether a treatment works – show various parent-training and therapist-delivered interventions can help young children with autism to build skills for social communication and independent living. ... Full story

The Medical Odyssey of an Undiagnosed Child

Discovery by Tel Aviv University, Antwerp University researchersof the mutations of a neuroprotective protein finds expressionin the story of a 7-year-old patient ... Full story

New children’s eSafety Commissioner talks cyber safety to teachers

Teachers-in-training are being taught cyber safety for themselves and their students by Australia's top Children's e-Safety expert at QUT. ... Full story

Child paralysis cases: UVA identifies potential cause

A mysterious outbreak of child paralysis cases previously linked to enterovirus D68 may instead have another cause, doctors at the University of Virginia Children’s Hospital are cautioning after determining that a stricken child appeared to be suffering from a different virus. ... Full story

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