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Children living with a parent who has depression tend to develop depression and not achieve educational success.
The brain’s organizational pathways might set a foundation for a child’s language learning abilities within the first year of life.
The assurance of being protected by family helps to build solid and safe relationships later in life. Similarly, negative experiences of childhood can leave lifelong scars on a person’s mind.
Researchers at University of Birmingham’s School of Psychology found association of early childhood sleep problems with psychosis and borderline personality disorder (BPD) in adolescence.
Exposure to traffic-related air pollutants, such as nitrogen oxides and fine particulate matter, in childhood, increases the risk of poor mental health at age 18
Developmental Timing Of Childhood Abuse Linked To Higher Likelihood Of Conduct Problems, According To UK Birth Cohort
The association between child abuse experienced at different developmental timings and conduct problems in early life has not been examined.
A recent study, conducted by the researchers of the University of South Australia, has claimed that a happy childhood does not guarantee adulthood devoid of mental disorders.
According to a recent animal study conducted on mice, consuming excessive fat and sugar-loaded food during childhood may alter one’s microbiome for life, even if the person later learns to eat healthier.
A recent study has reported that when children witness severe conflict between their divorced or separated parents, they are at risk of suffering from mental health problems.