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  • Bed Bugs Symptoms
    Get the latest information regarding bed bugs symptoms, bites, treatments and prevention. You will also learn about stopping future bed bug infestations.

  • Child Abuse Detection Interview Techniques
    Teachers who notice possible signs of abuse often wonder how to talk to the student. It can be difficult to get the truth without scaring the abused child back into silence.

  • Early Detection of Child Abuse
    Child abuse, neglect and deprivation are more common than was previously thought. Family physicians are in a unique position to help abusers and abused because of their knowledge of patients from the cradle to the grave.

  • Early detection of child abuse - Lynn K. Sheets, MD
    Potentially life-threatening child abuse in the youngest, most vulnerable children can be missed when signs and symptoms are subtle.

  • False Allegations of Child Abuse
    The system is imperfect, and occasionally an innocent person is accused on bad medical evidence. Once the initial error is made, it is very hard to stop the process.

  • Initiatives to Combat Child Abuse
    The Office for Victims of Crime (OVC), in collaboration with other Office of Justice Programs (OJP) bureaus, and public and private interest groups and agencies, administers funding to programs that develop strategies, discuss issues, and make recommendations to prevent and combat child abuse.

  • Warning signs of child abuse
    Child abuse can manifest itself in as many ways as there are reasons why people commit acts of abuse. When dealing with suspicious situations, keep in mind that anyone can be an abuser. It is not safe to assume that a family member, friend or any other person is not capable of abusing a child. There are 4 major types of abuse: physical, sexual, emotional and neglect.

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