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According to Penn State researchers, participating in a mindfulness-based program boosts a teacher's wellbeing.
The CARE (Cultivating Awareness and Resilience in Education) for teachers program,...more
A study that appears in the Journal of the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry discovered that youth with moderate to severe anxiety disorders react well to acute treatment with...more
A study, conducted by Japan native Sahoko Little, M.D., Ph.D., physician in the Family Medicine Department in the U-M Medical School, suggests that expectant women with limited English skills find...more
The findings of a new meta-analysis summarizing 46 existing studies show that positive feelings towards one's own race and ethnicity are linked to stronger development in minority youth.
In a recent report published by JAMA Pediatrics supported by Food Allergy Research Education, cost of childhood food allergies was calculated at nearly $25 billion annually.
This suggests that...more
Homelessness is increasing in schools with school officials are counting higher percentages of homeless children among their student body.
According to Jake Murray is the director of the Aspire...more
According to Bobbie Ibarra, executive director of the Miami Coalition for the Homeless, the decision-makers and funders have not always understood the extent of youth homelessness problem.
The University of Nebraska Lincoln's Alternative Service Break group will be rolling out to California this January to gain insight on migrant workers and their impact on the United States economy...more
In a research by the Copenhagen Centre for Team Sport and Health in Denmark, street football (soccer) improves fitness and cardiovascular health in socially deprived men.
If the government shutdown still pushed through at the end of the month, more than 23,000 families could end up being homeless.
According to LA County Housing Authority Executive Director Sean...more