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“Scientists at the University of Oregon are working to establish a new model for the study and prevention of childhood stress-related diseases. Two recent studies, done under the direction of Philip Fisher of the UO Center for Translational Neuroscience, approach this from different angles. One probed the underlying mechanisms of child-supportive parenting coaching and the other focused on the early detection of stress-related mental health disorders in children.”

Full article: Studies support new approach to reduce stress in parents and kids

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