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Mother's Voice on Special Pacifier Helps Preemies Learn to Eat

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Music Therapy May Help Teens With Cancer Cope

New Test Spots Risk for PTSD in Injured Kids

Nice Kids Get Treated Nicely: Study

Parental Stress, Domestic Violence May Affect Kids' Development: Study

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Preschoolers' Use of Psychiatric Drugs Levels Off, Study Shows

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