Early risk factors associated with behavioral dysregulation trajectories
Risk detection practices and targeted interventions promoting adaptive developmental trajectories for at-risk children can be successful by identifying the earliest antecedents of persisting emotional and behavioral dysregulation.
Investigators explore prescription stimulant misuse among adolescent ADHD patients
Participants who only initiated non-stimulant therapy for ADHD had significantly greater odds of past-year prescription stimulant misuse than the population controls.
Maternal autoimmune disease and offspring mental disorder
In a recent study, mental disorders were more commonly seen in offspring of mothers diagnosed with 1 or more autoimmune diseases before or during pregnancy.
Infantile spasms: A frontline guide for pediatricians
Delaying diagnosis and treatment for this early childhood disorder can lead to worse outcomes, so early recognition is crucial.
Multimodal genomewide analysis improves diagnosis of severe developmental disorders in children
Investigators identify factors that may affect the probability of diagnosis in an evaluation of over 13,500 families with probands with severe developmental disorders.
Theoretical input on eating behaviors could transform data into clinical guidance
A recent study combined the efforts of child psychology and nutrition experts at Johns Hopkins University and several Australian research centers to investigate how much we really know about why children eat the way they do, and what impact food behaviors have on their overall development.
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