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The study of American mothers is published in the March 2nd issue of Pediatrics and the study of Canadian mothers is also published March 2nd in an early online issue of The Canadian Medical Association Journal. The education program, based on research led by Dr. Ron Barr and Ms. Marilyn Barr, is now being implemented across the U.S. and Canada. [more...]