“We wanted to take our research findings and get them into the hands of the people they were intended to help — parents themselves. Brief videos that could be easily shared on social media seemed to be the ideal way to do this,” Dr. Rosen told HuffPost Canada in an email interview February 13, 2018. Read the article here
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