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Moving tougher on poor children

Children who move frequently while young are more likely to have behavioural problems - but only if they’re from low income families.

Research from Cornell University has shown that children who move three or more times before they are five have more attention problems, anxiety, depression or aggression than those who move less than three.

But behavioural and future problems in school were only evident in children who came from disadvantaged backgrounds.

Read more at Cornell University

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