Black youths and females face higher risk for foster care involvement
Results demonstrated that foster care involvement does vary based on age and sex, with Black youths and females disproportionately effected.
ADHD Medications: A Look at Their Safety Profile
Each year in this country, physicians prescribe medications to treat ADHD in nearly 3 million children. The safety of these agents has been the subject of some debate.
Physical activity offers mental health boost for children with neurodevelopmental disorders
The approach can improve mental health and various subgroups such as cognitive function, psychological well-being, and more.
USPSTF: Speech, Language Delay Screening Lacks Evidence in Young Children
A new recommendation statement from the Preventive Services Task Force remains inconclusive on the benefits versus risks of asymptomatic screening for speech and language delay disorders.
COVID-19 vaccination during pregnancy and offspring neurodevelopment
Investigators of a new study published in JAMA Pediatrics concluded that maternal vaccination was safe with regard to neurodevelopment of the child at ages 12 months and 18 months.
Young adults and adolescents stop ADHD medication more than children
According to a recent study, young adults (aged 18-19 years) discontinue ADHD medication the most, compared to younger children.
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