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Could a Blood Test Spot Autism in Childhood?
Researchers say an experimental blood test has shown promise as a novel way to diagnose autism in children.
Childhood obesity causes rise in sleeping problems
Research shows a huge rise in the numbers of children being treated in hospital for sleep apnea — with 7,495 being seen by consultants last year.
Bangladesh falls short in tackling childhood stunting
Scampering up the wall of his tin shack in Bangladesh's capital, three-year-old Rozzob Ali has the same combination of mischief, charm and boisterous energy as many other boys.
Childhood trauma could affect life expectancy, relationships
Childhood abuse can create long-lasting scars, damage our perception of the world and set our brains to self-destruct until we are well into our 50s, said experts.
Childhood stunting can cut future earnings
Some 250 million children worldwide risk not reaching their full potential due to extreme poverty and stunting, cutting their future earnings by up to 26 percent and seriously impacting national growth, scientists said.
Early childhood educators can adapt to a growing number of diverse family structures
The percentage of nuclear families in the United States has steadily declined over the past 50 years.
Childhood cancer survivors need to be monitored for complications
Cancer treatment has improved significantly, leading to many more survivors of childhood cancer, but researchers say better monitoring of survivors is needed because of long-term damage from the treatment.
Childhood goes up in smoke for Indonesian tobacco farm workers
Thirteen-year-old Siti Maryam says she suffers headaches and nausea after harvesting tobacco leaves with her bare hands during four years of working on her family's farm in Indonesia.
Childhood obesity not down in US
Rates of childhood overweight and obesity have not decreased in the US in recent years, and severe obesity is on the rise, especially for minority children, according to a new study.
Bryan Singer to remake ‘20,000 Leagues Under the Sea’
Famous American filmmaker Bryan Singer has his next project lined up.
Poverty linked to childhood depression
Children raised in poor circumstances are likely to have altered brain connectivity, says a new study. Such kids tend to have poorer cognitive and educational outcomes and are also at a higher risk for psychiatric illnesses, including depression and anti-social behavior, the study said.
Low-income communities  more likely to face childhood obesity
For a long time researchers have tracked high rates of obesity among black and Hispanic kids, but a closer look at communities shows family income matters more than race in predicting which kids are overweight.
Childhood cancer treatment may raise adult heart disease risk
Children who survive cancer may face a higher risk of heart disease as adults, new research suggested.
Childhood family breakups harder on girls' health
A childhood family breakup can have long-term negative consequences for the children. Recent research made by University of Illinois looks at overall health, depression, and smoking as a health-related behavior and finds that, for girls, all three are worse. "Girls' health is more sensitive to family structure," said Andrea Beller, a U of I economist who studies educational attainment and the effects of single-parent family living, Physorg reported.
Moving during childhood linked to poor mental health
Kids who move many times during childhood may be more likely to experience mental health problems than children who don’t change addresses, an Irish study suggests.

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