A study released today has found that lower-income children tend to have worse cognitive, social-behavioral, and health outcomes. The study’s researchers linked the results to two factors: parents’ ability to invest in goods and services that contribute to child development, and the stress and anxiety that parents suffer in relation to low income. Read more.
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