Adverse childhood experiences impact child health.

The survey included questions about nine adverse childhood encounters as reported by parents: extreme financial hardship, parental divorce/separation, lived with somebody with a alcoholic beverages or drug problem, witness or victim of neighborhood violence, lived with somebody who was ill or suicidal mentally, witnessed domestic violence, parent served time in jail, treated or judged unfairly due to competition/ethnicity and the death of a parent. The survey includes myriad data on family members and neighborhood conditions and parental well-being in addition to children's schooling and health care, and contains some data about child resilience.Related StoriesYale doctor scientist develops fresh app that aims to diminish pregnancy lossStudy evaluates performance of antiretroviral treatment in HIV-infected childrenMaintaining regular BMI after pregnancy might help prevent pelvic organ prolapseThe programmes aimed to avoid HIV disease or HIV and pregnancy and measured self reported biological and behavioural outcomes such as sexually transmitted infection, pregnancy, frequency of unprotected sex, number of partners, and sexual initiation.