Children from high conflict homes process emotion differently, could face social challenges Children of parents who are frequently in conflict process emotional interactions differently and may face social challenges later in life compared with children from low conflict homes. The findings are based on measuring research subjects’ brain activity during a psychological test.
More than a third of children were physically assault in the last year More than a third of children and teens 17 and younger experienced a physical assault in the last year, primarily at the hands of siblings and peers, according to a new article.
Infant mortality rates could be lowered through improved medicine packaging designs The usage of key medicines in developing countries could be significantly increased through improved packaging appearance.
Interest in child-specific nurse practitioner programs dwindling despite strong job market for graduates While the number of graduates from family or adult nurse practitioner programs continues to rise, student applications to pediatric and neonatal nurse practitioner programs are falling