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Study finds children who witness the abuse of a brother or sister by a parent can be just as traumatized as those witnessing violence by a parent against another parent.
Researchers at University of New Hampshire found that sibling aggression is associated with significantly worse mental health in children and adolescents.
Childhood insomnia symptoms that persist into adulthood are strong determinants of mood and anxiety disorders in young adults, according to a new longitudinal study.
University of Delaware researchers suggest that exercises like swimming can boost kids’ vocabulary growth.
Depression in youth, between the ages of 10 and 24 years, is both a leading cause of stress and a possible risk factor for future diseases and impairment.
Researchers found that children exposed to conflicts between divorced parents experience fear of abandonment, which is associated with future physical and mental health problems, especially children who had strong relationships with their fathers.
Growing In Neighbourhood With Poor Socioeconomic Conditions Impacts A Child’s Brain Development, Says Study
A new study claims that certain neighborhoods characterized by poverty and unemployment may impact a child’s brain development, brain size, and neurocognitive performance.
New research reveals that chronic illness in childhood is linked to higher rates of mental illness in early adolescence when compared to healthy children.
Researchers at Harvard University found that spanking children alter their brain development in a similar way to more severe forms of violence.
A recent study suggested that children may develop “Peter Pan Syndrome” due to overprotective parents.
Recent research has revealed that boys who engage in playing video games at the age of 11 are less likely to develop depressive symptoms.
According to the recent findings, mental health professionals and doctors for children are experiencing an increased number of visits from patients between 12 and 17 years of age.
A new study has revealed that children who have missed home-schooling in the first lockdown with existing mental health illness, will possibly see a deterioration in their condition.
Undiagnosed Depression And Anxiety In Children And Youth With Epilepsy May Lead To Suicide, Says New Study
Recently, a study was conducted by a group of researchers to evaluate whether undiagnosed depression and anxiety in children and youth with epilepsy (CYE) resulted in suicide.
A study has reported that depressed children and teenagers suffer from a higher risk of experiencing premature death and a wide range of illnesses later in life.
The University of Edinburgh has recently reported that a child’s brain may be shaped by levels of stress experienced by the mother during the period of pregnancy.