High-quality day care may boost achievement for years

05/14/2010 | Reuters

Results of an NIH study found children in high-quality day care were less likely to act out and scored higher on academic and cognitive achievement tests into their high school years compared with children in lower-quality day care. A second study found children whose care providers were intrusive or overcontrolling had elevated levels of the stress hormone cortisol.

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