Volume 11 Issue 3 (2018)
International Journal of Child Health and Human Development

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Editor-in-Chief: Joav Merrick (Director, National Institute of Child Health and Human Development, Israel)
ISSN: 1939-5965
Frequency: Quarterly
Print Format: 8.5″ x 11″, Softcover, Double column

ISBN: N/A Categories: ,

Table of Contents

EDITORIAL

Healthy in town or in the rural area: Where is it better to live?
Joav Merrick

REVIEW ARTICLES

Growth of the craniofacial complex and its relationship to common first and second pharyngeal arch malformations: A narrative review
Kazlin N Mason, John W Stockstill, and Jamie L Perry

How family carers support profoundly intellectually disabled persons in decision making: A literature review
Ruth Ryan

ORIGINAL ARTICLES

Optimizing the non-perfused volume in focused ultrasound ablation of fibroids by altering the cell placement within the target: Case series evaluation of a novel technique
Elizabeth David, Bo Angela Wan, Tishan Maraj, and Kullervo Hynynen

Family mealtime environment and child behavior outcomes in Chinese preschool children
Cynthia Leung, Sandra Tsang, Sing Kai Lo, and Ruth Chan

A retrospective study of the association between child abuse reports and risk factors
Yasutoshi Nitahara, Yoshiyuki Tachibana, and Makiko Okuyama

Quality of life of familial caregivers of people with disabilities in rural Tamil Nadu, India
Nancy A Gnanaselvam, Gifta P Manohari, and Vinod Joseph Abraham

Interrelationship between family, poverty, and social protection in Uganda: Perspectives of persons with disabilities
Beatrice A Alupo, Maxwell P Opoku, Eric Badu, and Wisdom K Mpra

CASE REPORTS

Ingestion of a hickory tussock caterpillar: A case report
Anna Jain, Patrick Jones, and Dilip R Patel

Prolonged survival in trisomy 13: Implications for counseling and care planning
Silpa Nadella, Stephanie Ling, Anju Patel, Meveshni Govender, and Dilip R Patel

To what extent is caring for children with autism spectrum disorders “emotional work?”
Jonathan Beckett

Epidemiology of autistic spectrum disorders in Israel: A multifactorial model suggesting lower prevalence among Ultra-Orthodox Jews
Lutfi Jaber, Ditza Zachor, and Gary Diamond

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