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Lack of medical coverage was cited as a reason adolescent and young adult cancer survivors avoid mental health treatment.
A significant gender effect was observed in the cohort, but the mechanism behind it remains unclear.
The decline was seen across all socioeconomic strata.
Maternal tobacco smoking during pregnancy has previously been linked with numerous long-term neurodevelopmental abnormalities and child behavioral problems.
The Kupol study provides a unique platform to evaluate the association between different aspects of school and adolescent mental health.
Childhood is a critical developmental period in the brain's response to traumatic stress such as family adversity.
Adolescents who experience chronic pain have higher prevalence of anxiety and depressive symptoms in adulthood.
Progression of infant motor development is associated with cognitive ability in later childhood.
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