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Mental Health of Children

Meta Description: Children’s mental health has been identified for too long as one of the most underserved areas in medicine-under-staffed, under-funded, poorly reimbursed and poorly understood from a research perspective.

Child mental health is undoubtedly a complex part of cognitive neuroscience, driven by different feedback processes underlying the genetic or environmental system. A recent study confers the relationship between familial inbreeding and modest cognitive impairments among children, providing the evidence for inbreeding depression on intellectual behaviors on comparing with environmental and socioeconomic variables. Children’s mental health has been identified for too long as one of the most underserved areas in medicine-under-staffed, under-funded, poorly reimbursed and poorly understood from a research perspective.

When care is available, it is often delayed. Furthermore, diagnosis is inexact and therapies are frequently neither individualized nor evidence-based. Yet, mental illness is very much a “childhood” issue, as its symptoms appear by age 14 in half of lifetime cases of severe conditions (bipolar disorder, depression, and schizophrenia). Even less severe behavioral and mental health disorders, such as anxiety disorders, Obsessive Compulsive Disorder, and Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder are detectable in childhood, and greatly affect a child’s overall health, development, learning abilities and future competitiveness in society.

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https://www.omicsonline.org/open-access/improving-childrens-mental-health-care-a-call-to-action-2161-0665.1000221.php?aid=32748

 
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