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How the brain adapts to childhood adversity

from By Dorothy L. Tengler

Mental illnesses in children are so complex that parents and even healthcare professionals cannot always detect them. Although many of us may experience reactions to stress from time to time, when a child is experiencing child traumatic stress, these reactions interfere with his or her daily life and ability to function and interact with others. But scientists have now discovered that changes in brain networks may help youth adapt to adversity. more

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