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Gauging How Family, Community Impact Children’s Mental Health

More than half the adolescents nationwide have suffered at least one traumatic experience in childhood, a situation that made them more likely to be anxious or depressed, according to a new Rutgers University-Camden study. But the researchers, based in New York City and New Jersey, also found that healthy family …

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Gauging how family, community impact children’s mental health

This story originally appeared on NJ Spotlight — More than half the adolescents nationwide have suffered at least one traumatic experience in childhood, a situation that made them more likely to be anxious or depressed, according to a new Rutgers University-Camden study. But the researchers, based in New York City and …

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Local author’s children’s book features family story

Brianna Hastings of Fort Morgan made lemonade out of lemons over the last two years. Her youngest son, Lucas, has health issues and spent months in the hospital. Hastings stayed with him, away from her two older children, Jack and Trinity. But she took advantage of the opportunity to do …

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Family sues All Children’s after heart department death

The family of a deceased 26-year-old woman is suing Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital, saying she died as a result of the poor care she received in the heart unit. Ashley Bell-Greene went to the St. Petersburg hospital for an outpatient procedure in 2016. Pediatric heart programs sometimes treat adults …

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