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Signs of mental illness in kids
Stigma, lack of access to care and parental issues can stop children in the United States from getting therapy for mental disorders.
Folks who experienced high levels of lead as kids were found to have more neurotic tendencies than those not exposed to the toxic metal.
A mom’s race may drive differences in ratings reported for symptoms of attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder in kids.
More durable treatments and a better mental health wellness model are needed to help youth with common psychiatric illnesses.
For better long-term mental health, schoolchildren with behavioral challenges may benefit more from support than ostracism.
New research counters previous findings that implied that pets promote better physical and mental health in children.
The tool may determine whether children whose parents have bipolar disorder might develop the condition.
A new study in Nature shows MRI scans of babies’ brains at 6, 12 and 24 months may show which kids might later develop autism.
Take some time to talk to your kids about emotions, depression and suicide this week, no matter how young they are.
When schools start before 8:30 am, kids don’t get enough sleep, which can mean bad things for their health and well-being.
Children who take antipsychotic meds for conditions such as bipolar disorder and behavioral problems at higher risk of developing diabetes.
Physical punishment that goes beyond spanking, such as hitting, slapping or shoving, may cause kids to develop depression, anxiety and persona...
Based on all the teasing, bullying and parental nagging that overweight kids must endure, it may come as no surprise to hear that obese childr...
When excessively overweight, diabetic or hypertensive pregnant
women gave birth, their infants’ chance of being autistic rose and so did the...
While the rate of diagnosis for
autism spectrum disorders (ASD) is the same among all racial groups, black kids
tend to get diagnosed later...
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