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Here are a few possibilities; the NY Times story looks at how researchers have found that the more baby rats are cuddled and physically cared for by their mothers, the better they were at solving mazes later on. The writer goes on to say that money alone will not help to lift children from poverty-stricken homes; cultural changes, including encouraging parents to cuddle their children, are important as well.
The link from the Christian Science Monitor is about Disney's announcement that they will ban junk food advertising, and how that may impact childhood health.
The Boston Globe article is about emotional health of young children. Hope one if these will help you out!
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