siblings


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sourozenci
søskende
sisarukset
braća i sestre
兄弟姉妹
형제자매
syskon
พี่น้อง
anh chị em ruột

siblings

أَشْقاء sourozenci søskende Geschwister αδέρφια hermanos sisarukset frères et soeurs braća i sestre fratelli 兄弟姉妹 형제자매 broers en/of zussen søsken rodzeństwo irmãos родные братья и сестры syskon พี่น้อง kardeşler anh chị em ruột 兄弟姐妹
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One of these friends has a sibling with a disability and the other does not, however she is very involved in both of our (and siblings') lives, and happens to be a dedicated volunteer for this community.
Autism occurrence by MMR vaccine status among US children with older siblings with and without autism.
Al Ain: Investigators are sifting through the rubble of a burnt-out villa in Umm Ghafa area in Al Ain to determine the cause of a fire in which three siblings died early Sunday.
The measles-mumps-rubella vaccine did not raise the risk of developing autism spectrum disorders in a large, diverse, national cohort of children, even among those who had older siblings with autism and thus were at increased risk, according to a report published online April 21 in JAMA.
According to new studies younger siblings are funnier than their older ones and older siblings are more smarter
Washington, July 10 ( ANI ): A new study has revealed that uninterrupted playtime between siblings is key for learning, as young children learn a lot from their older siblings.
becomes part of Alex's Lemonade Stand Foundation, program continues providing comfort and care services to siblings of children with cancer
Her argument about adoption and separating siblings - knockabout stuff as it may be - is too misleading and distorting to let go.
How older children interact with their siblings is tied to the younger children's development, Canadian researchers found, Health news reported.
of California, San Diego) presents a guide for mental health professionals on the assessment and intervention of child and adult victims of physical, sexual, and psychological maltreatment by siblings.
Growing up with siblings may provide some protection against divorce as an adult, reveals a study from Ohio Slate University, Columbus.
Fights between siblings -- from toy-snatching to clandestine whacks to being banished from the bedroom -- are so common they're often dismissed as simply part of growing up.