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Study estimates ADHD symptom persistence into adulthood


Sixty percent of children with ADHD in a recent study demonstrated persistence of symptoms into their mid-20's, and 41 percent had both symptoms and impairment as young adults. Investigators noted that rates of ADHD persistence into adulthood have varied greatly in earlier studies, depending on how information is collected and analyzed.
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Children with skull deformity: Measurement can help


A baby's skull is made of several plates of bone that fuse together over time to form a single structure. Previous research has shown that approximately one in 2,000 babies have plates that fuse too early - a condition called craniosynostosis - causing cranial deformities that can lead to learning impairments and other neurodevelopmental problems.
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Bullying likely to result in aggressive responses by children with disabilities


Children with disabilities - particularly those with learning disabilities, emotional disabilities and autism spectrum disorders - often are victims of bullying. However, very little research exists about how children with disabilities respond when they are bullied.
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Inclusive education for children with muscle-wasting conditions


Muscular Dystrophy UK announced the availability of an informative, helpful and comprehensive guide and hopes it will continue to empower schools and parents to improve the lives and educational experiences of pupils with muscle-wasting conditions, enabling them to reach their full potential.
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