Friday, October 27, 2017

Reuters: Children with Craniofacial Conditions More Likely To Experience Anxiety, Depression

While this is not breaking news for most, it is good to know that researchers at the University of California Los Angeles committed to study mental health in children born with craniofacial conditions. The study focuses on incidents of anxiety and depression among children with facial differences. 

World Mental Health Day took place on October 10th. Today, more attention is paid to the mental health of all individuals. Thankfully more and more people are talking about this important topic. Read more about the research done in UCLA with regard to kids affected by facial differences on this website

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