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Childhood Infections and Subsequent School Achievement Among 598,553 Danish Children.

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Summary of "Childhood Infections and Subsequent School Achievement Among 598,553 Danish Children."

Hospitalizations for infections have been associated with subsequent decreased cognitive ability, but it is uncertain if childhood infections influence subsequent scholastic achievement (SA). We aimed to estimate the association between infections during childhood and SA.

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Name: The Pediatric infectious disease journal
ISSN: 1532-0987
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