Noncitizen children face higher health harms compared with their siblings who have U.S. citizen status.
A narrative review summarized the findings of 69 prospective longitudinal studies to inform practitioners and policy makers about the outcomes of physical punishment and identified 7 key themes.
Researchers assessed longitudinal studies to determine the mediational role of mood as well as the directionality of effects between sleep, pain, and mood.
With the scarcity of data concerning adopted children, the researchers followed children adopted from institutionalized care to determine the relationship between family environment, behavioral outcomes, and executive function.
The researchers believe that “self-reported symptoms of depression and family income are important factors to consider as part of the biopsychosocial model of care.”
Investigators assessed pediatric patients to determine the relationship between moderate to severe traumatic brain injury during childhood and white matter disruption.
In a single-masked randomized clinical trial, the researchers compared therapist-guided internet-delivered CBT with therapist-guided internet-delivered supportive therapy for children and adolescents given a principal diagnosis of social anxiety disorder.
Researchers compared the associations between abdominal pain and psychosocial distress with health-related quality-of-life in children with IBS.
Prenatal exposure to acetaminophen is associated with higher odds of symptoms of ADHD and autism spectrum conditions.
Researchers investigated the relationship between heartburn in pediatric patients and sleep disturbances, as well as psychiatric symptoms.