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  • 1.FAQ for APA Response to International Disasters
    Information about APA's response to international disasters, including web-based psychological resources, aiding the United Nations, fielding media inquiries, and donating to the American Red Cross.
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  • 2.Disaster Response Network Fact Sheet
    APA’s Disaster Response Network is a network of psychologists with training in disaster response who offer volunteer assistance to relief workers, victims, and victim’s families after manmade or natural disasters.
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  • 3.PsycINFO® Frequently Asked Questions
    Answers to frequently asked questions about APA's PsycINFO® database.
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  • 4.Work, Stress and Health & Socioeconomic Status
    Stress can affect psychological well-being. Work stress research has examined the psychological demands of a work load, workers’ perceived sense of control over their performance, safety stressors, work organization, and work atmosphere.
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  • 5.Pediatric Multiple Sclerosis and Demyelinating Disorder
    Pediatric MS refers to onset of symptoms prior to age 18 years.
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  • 6.Cancer in Children and Adolescents
    Facts about pediatric cancer including health and psychosocial consequences, evidence-based assessment and psychological interventions.
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  • 7.Pediatric Inflammatory Bowel Disease
    Youth with IBD are at higher risk of depressive disorders and parent-reported internalizing symptoms (either depression or anxiety symptoms), compared to youth with other chronic conditions.
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  • 8.Cardiovascular Disease in Children and Adolescents
    The most common cardiovascular problem is congenital heart defects or problems with the heart’s structure that are present at birth. The etiology may be genetic, may be related to exposure to certain drugs/illnesses during pregnancy but in most cases is unknown.
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  • 9.Encopresis in Children and Adolescents
    The prevalence of encopresis in the child population has been estimated to range from approximately 4 percent of 4-year-olds and 1.6 percent of 10-year-old children, affecting boys three to six times more often than girls.
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