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Neighborhoods influence children’s mental health


Researchers from the Lund University in Sweden, Stanford University School of Medicine in California, and Virginia Commonwealth University followed 542,195 children for 11 years in an effort to learn more about the “potential associations between individual-, family-, and neighborhood-level factors and psychiatric disorders in children and adolescents.” As researchers predicated, family and neighborhood did impact mental health.

[Stephanie Castillo - Medical Daily, 6 May 2015.]


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