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Parents Help Shape How Much Pain Preschoolers Feel After Vaccination

12:08 EST 14 Nov 2017 | Virgo Publishing

York University professor Rebecca Pillai Riddell in the Faculty of Health, York Research Chair in Pain and Mental Health and senior author of the paper, and her team found that not only is a parent's behavior during vaccinations critical to a child's pain coping responses, but that the behavior may also impact their reactions in the future.

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