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(Psych Central News) Penn State researchers believe they have developed a prevention program that can help siblings of elementary-school age learn to get along. Researchers believe the collegiality can help improve a child’s future health and well-being — not to mention lessening stress for countless parents. “Negative sibling relationships are strongly linked to aggressive, anti-social and delinquent behaviors, [...]

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