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Parents talking to kids may blunt negative impact of adversity on schoolwork

11:06 EDT 8 Jul 2019 | Reuters

Children who suffer adverse experiences tend to do worse in school than kids who don't, but a U.S. study suggests parents may still help improve academic outcomes by simply talking to their kids.

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