Researchers discover 14 new genetic risk factors for childhood arthritis, which might help with the development of future treatments for the condition.
A new study found childhood depression responsible for obesity and smoking, which increase the chances for developing heart diseases.
Researchers at Northwestern University discovered a relationship between encoding speech sounds and understanding meaning in children suffering from dyslexia. The study showed the importance of teaching dyslexic children how to encode certain sounds, which can improve their abilities to read.
People with emotional problems during early childhood, especially women, may be at a higher risk of developing heart diseases during middle age, according to a new study.