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Article 0 - Youth, drinking and driving (pp. 263-264)
Authors / Editors: Joav Merrick, Ariel Tenenbaum, and Mohammed Morad
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Article 1 - DIR®/Floortime™: Evidence based practice towards the treatment of autism and sensory processing disorder in children and adolescents (pp. 267-274)
Authors / Editors: Esther B Hess

Article 2 - Do inequalities in Child health get wider as countries develop? (pp. 275-280)
Authors / Editors: Nayan Chakravarty and Sanghamitra Pati

Article 3 - Low-fat, no-fat, and sugar free: An examination of children’s knowledge of nutrition, food preferences and television use (pp. 283-290)
Authors / Editors: Kim Bissell

Article 4 - Memorable stories: A qualitative study of mothers’ experiences with breastfeeding (pp. 291-295)
Authors / Editors: Cecilia S Obeng and Adrienne Shivers

Article 5 - Factors associated with accidental burn injuries in children twelve years and below admitted at Chitungwiza and Harare Central Hospitals in Zimbabwe (pp. 297-303)
Authors / Editors: Theodora M Chikwanha, Tamisayi Chinhengo, and Addmore Chadambuka

Article 6 - Patterns and determinants of gender bias in child health in India (pp. 305-336)
Authors / Editors: Nilanjan Patra

Article 7 - The effect of bibliotherapy on anxiety in children with cancer (PP. 337-345)
Authors / Editors: Nicole M Schneider, Mary Peterson, Kathleen A Gathercoal, and Elizabeth Hamilton

Article 8 - Association of parental involvement and the delay of sexual initiation in Grenadian adolescents (PP. 347-353)
Authors / Editors: Cecilia Hegamin-Younger, Rohan Jeremiah, Christine Richards, Aaron Buzzard, Lynn Fakeye, and Cherise Adjodha

Article 9 - Categorization activities performed by children with intellectual disability and typically developing children (pp. 355-366)
Authors / Editors: Olga Megalakaki and Hanan Yazbek
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