This randomized clinical trial evaluates the effects of in-person resource navigation services vs written community resource information on social needs and child health.
This population-based longitudinal cohort study compares the social functioning of low-birth-weight prematurely born adults aged 29 to 36 years with that of normal-birth-weight term controls.
This cohort study compares baseline and social determinants of health-risk–adjusted potentially preventable readmission rates to determine whether adjustment for social determinants of health could affect the pay-for-performance penalty status of a national sample of children’s hospitals.
This scoping review shows a consistent association across studies between cyberbullying and depression among children and adolescents; however, evidence of the effect of cyberbullying on other mental health conditions is inconsistent.
This study examines associations between the social-emotional development of toddlers and mobile media use in a sample of parent-toddler dyads.
This study examines the long-term functional outcomes of early childhood traumatic brain injury relative to early childhood orthopedic injury as well as the moderating role of the social environment as defined by parent report and observational measures of family functioning, parenting practices, and home environment.
Huang et al examine effects of Child Development Accounts, an innovative social policy to encourage lifelong saving and asset building for long-term development, on parent-reported social-emotional development in early childhood.
This randomized clinical trial examines the effect of a responsive parenting intervention on infant weight gain between birth and 28 weeks and overweight status at age 1 year.
This systematic review discusses the outcomes of drug prevention programs used in middle schools as shown by independent evaluations.
This prospective cohort study reports that the widespread belief that sexually abused children are uniquely at risk to become sex offenders was not supported by prospective empirical evidence. Berliner provides a related editorial.
This cohort study investigates associations between nonmedical use of opioids, sedatives, or stimulants, and suicidal ideation and attempts among Chinese adolescents.