Sleep Problems in Childhood May Lead to Academic, Psychological Issues

Developing healthy sleep habits for a child is often challenging for parents. Now, new research suggests children’s sleep issues, at any age and at any level, are associated with diminished … Read More

CBT Helps Kids Concerned About Food Allergies

For some children with food allergies, the fear of what could happen if they eat something they are allergic to can ruin their day and impact overall life happiness. Researchers … Read More

Domestic Abuse Combined with Abuse in Childhood Increase Trauma Symptoms in New Moms

A new study assessing the interaction of traumas from new and old relationships in women three to 18 months after the birth of their child — one of the most … Read More

New System Shown to Improve Early Diagnosis of Autism

Researchers at Indiana University School of Medicine have developed a new system to screen and evaluate children for autism spectrum disorders. The primary care-driven system will be implemented statewide with … Read More

Having a Pet Dog Linked to Improved Social-Emotional Development in Young Children

Young children who grow up in households with a pet dog have better social and emotional wellbeing than children from households that do not own a dog, according to new … Read More