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Children with disabilities receive harsher punishment across the developing world.
Children with disabilities who live in developing countries are more likely to experience harsh punishment than children without disabilities in those countries.
Kolcraft® Enterprises, announced its collaboration with the Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of Child Health and Human Development for the Safe to Sleep campaign. Chicago,
A new study reveals that by seventh grade, students who failed to acquire basic math skills in the first grade scored far behind their peers when taking a test on basic mathematical abilities that are required for daily adult life.
Researchers from Temple University recently completed a study that found that it is more beneficial for mothers to let their infants cry themselves back to sleep rather than comforting them in the middle of the night.
Lowering preterm birth rates by an average of 5 percent across 39 high-resource countries, including the United States, by 2015 would prevent prematurity for 58,000 babies a year, a group of international experts said today.
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