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Washington [US], November 15 (ANI): It is likely that the children who went through bullying in school, may develop a violent behaviour in later years of their lives, as per the findings of a new study led by scientists at the University of Cordoba and the University of Cambridge. They have
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Washington [US], November 8 (ANI): In the latest piece of research, the University of Cordoba and the University of Cambridge scientists have collectively studied aspects related to violence, thus helping decrease its risks and prevent it.
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Washington [US], September 6 (ANI): The COVID-19 virus and antibodies can coexist in young patients, finds Children's National Hospital researchers, who set out to improve the understanding of how long it takes paediatric patients with the virus to clear it from their systems and at what poi
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Toronto [Canada], Aug 25 (ANI): Adults whose parents had struggled with substance dependence, intimate partner violence and mental illness are more than 10 times more likely to have been victims of childhood sexual abuse, suggests a new study.
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Ohio [USA], August 16 (ANI): According to the findings of a recent study, in comparison to elderly people, young children who are around the age of 4-5 are inclined in exploring more choices than keep an eye for an immediate reward.
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Washington [US], August 3 (ANI): Researchers from the Children's National Hospital write in a case report that recent meningitis cases (inflammation of the membranes (meninges) surrounding the brain and spinal cord) at the hospital raises serious concerns about antibiotic resistance in the c
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Washington D.C. [USA], May 18 (ANI): A recent study on children has pointed out that a dominant body posture may help them to feel more confident in school. The study provides initial evidence that simple poses can help students feel better at school.
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Washington D.C. [USA], May 9 (ANI): Novel research has found that sleep problems in a baby's first 12 months may not only precede an autism diagnosis but also may be associated with altered growth trajectory in a key part of the brain, the hippocampus.