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Kids of deployed parents in greater risk for psychosocial problems About one-third of children with a parent deployed in the Global War on Terror are in risky for psychosocial problems, in the August issue of the Journal of Developmental & Behavioral Pediatrics suggests a report treatment . The journal is published by Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, a right component of Wolters Kluwer Wellness, a leading service provider of business and information intelligence for students, professionals, and organizations in medicine, nursing, allied pharmacy and health.High stress in the at-home parent may be the primary factor affecting children’s risk of psychological problems, according to the new research, led by Dr.

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