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Identifying and Preventing Adverse Childhood Experiences—Implications for Clinical Practice

19:00 EST 4 Nov 2019 | JAMA

This Viewpoint uses findings from a 2019 Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) report detailing the prevalence and long-term harms of adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) to emphasize ways pediatricians can identify patients experiencing ACEs and intervene to prevent or reduce harms associated with the experiences.

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