This study examines whether state-level changes in alcohol tax rates predict changes in state-level child maltreatment
According to the study published in the Journal of American Journal on Addictions Keywords, the impulsive nature of negative urgency may link childhood maltreatment
to e-cigarette use as children get older.
She said the Muslims face this maltreatment
in the Europe and America because the rulers of the Muslim countries are coward and apathetic.
Among the study participants, 51.8 per cent of adolescents indicated a history of at least one form of maltreatment
The panel nonetheless said this 'does not negate the possibility' of physical maltreatment
, grave coercion, and extortion against the detainees.
"It is also important to stress that the share of abuse or maltreatment
petitions that results in foster care placement have declined over the years, while the share of petitions that results in court-ordered supervision have remained relatively constant.
Study researchers estimated that factors such as bullying and childhood maltreatment
were responsible for nearly half of the disparity in teen pregnancy risk.
Researchers from the USPSTF reviewed the evidence relating to the benefits and harms of preventive care services initiated in primary care for patients without signs or symptoms of child maltreatment
Severity of maltreatment
is found to increase mental illnesses (depression, anxiety, posttraumatic stress disorder, and suicidality) in adulthood even when controlling for confounding socioeconomic and sociodemographic factors (Fergusson et al., 2013).
Earlier, the secretary told the court that law had taken its course against those involved in manhandling and maltreatment
of special children in schools.
His statistical analysis shows the marked differences between different forms of child sexual abuse and maltreatment
is associated with a variety of changes in brain structure and function and in stress-responsive neurobiological systems [6-8].