Researchers at McGill University have been studying the link between parent’s education status and the mental health of their children. The findings, published in this month’s Social Science and Medicine Journal, suggest the higher the parent’s level of education, the less their children suffered from mental health issues. Additionally, the researchers discovered children of highly educated parents tended themselves to embark on higher level education and achieved better paying jobs.
Lacking material resources in a classroom and having a teacher who does not feel supported by their counterparts can have a detrimental affect on the mental health of school children, a new report suggests.
New research confirms that victimized children who have been exposed to disasters are more prone to exhibit mental health issues, such as depression and anxiety than their non victimized counterparts who also experience disaster.