New research suggests that female children of inmates may be at greater risk for lifelong neurological problems. Conducted by researchers at the University of Delaware’s College of Health Sciences, the secondary analysis, led by Kathleen Brewer-Smyth, PhD, MSN, revealed that female inmates with at least one adult incarcerated family member during childhood were more than twice as likely to…
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