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youngster

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a young person between birth and puberty

one who is not yet legally of age

a guileless, unsophisticated person

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one descended directly from the same parents or ancestors

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THE HISTORICAL EVOLUTION OF THE BATTERED CHILD SYNDROME
This Note addresses the link between battered woman syndrome, battered child syndrome, and black rage in homicide cases.
An abuser severely shakes the baby's head back and forth, causing an injury known as "shaken child syndrome," or the child may have suffered a direct blow to the head.
Testing uses mentioned: Sex selection, cystic fibrosis (CF), Fragile X syndrome, preeclampsia, Down's syndrome, Noonan's syndrome, Batten disease, Duchenne muscular dystrophy, cleft lip, neural tube defects, gastroschisis, clubfoot, intra-amniotic infection, congenital hypothyroidism, biotinidase deficiency, sickle cell anemia, congenital adrenal hyperplasia, phenylketonuria, Tay-Sachs disease, Huntington's disease, polycystic kidney disease (adult), hemophilia A, CHILD syndrome.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge should look out for Princess Charlotte experiencing middle child syndrome after welcoming their new baby, a parenting expert has said.
I truly believe middle child syndrome exists and that they often feel a bit lost and unsure of their place in the family.
According to the media, say the book's authors, Catherine Salmon and Katrin Schumann, middle children are often portrayed with the nebulous label 'middle child syndrome.
Photographic favouritism, she says, contributes to sibling rivalry and what she calls Second Child Syndrome.
She offers ideas for rules and solutions for food issues, progress charts for school, introduction of "rituals" to create consistency, early sex lessons, considerations for contact with birth parents, games that encourage bonding and trust, describing and dealing with family history, managing emotions and behavioral difficulties (including through "dumping sessions"), determining consequences for problem behavior, and managing second child syndrome, among other issues.
Laura Davis's article on middle child syndrome on August 24 struck a chord with reader Esme Berman.
Retinal hemorrhage almost always points to one thing: battered child syndrome.
Also, we cannot leave aside the effects of modern life, the single child syndrome, households wherein technology creates couch potatoes and material wealth that provides ample opportunity for excuses like riding lessons, hockey, week-end skiing and southern holidays to justify absence.
Perhaps it was middle child syndrome - the twins, Damon and Derrel, are 21 months older; Lendl, four years younger - or maybe he was simply following his father, Captain Quiet.
Others add that traditional phototherapy interrupts breastfeeding and parent-infant bonding, and may contribute to "vulnerable child syndrome," a condition in which parents of babies treated for jaundice view their children as "sickly," often seeking a disproportionate amount of medical attention during the first few years of life.
The Court decided cases concerning the law of entrapment in a Federal child pornography sting operation, the admissibility of statements made by a child sexual assault victim to police officers and others, and the admissibility at a murder trial of the "battered child syndrome.
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