Nurse home visits affect child's future behavior

01/6/2010 | Yahoo!

Girls were less likely to be arrested if their mothers received home visits from nurses before and after their birth, a study by Cornell University researchers found. The study included 19-year-old women whose mothers, many of them young and poor, were enrolled in the Nurse-Family Partnership program in Elmira, N.Y.

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