Adolescent Health – protective and risk factors: Findings from the US Add Health Study

The quotes below come from the Monograph, "Reducing the Risk: Connections That Make a Difference in the Lives of Youth"Download "The home environment makes a difference in the health of American youth. When teens feel connected to their families and…

Association for Psychological Science, “How Devoted Moms Buffer Kids In Poverty“.

This peer-reviewed study indicates that maternal nurturing and not only socio-economic status is associated with better health outcomes. The study was led by UBC psychologist Dr Gregory Miller. Miller works in exactly the field UBC’s HELP claims expertise in, yet…