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Mientras que los niños muestran diferentes respuestas al trauma temprano, dependiendo de factores tales como su edad, los mecanismos de afrontamiento y el apoyo familiar, los expertos dicen que los testigos de la detención o deportación de los padres lleva a una compleja serie de problemas.

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While children show different responses to early trauma, depending on factors such as their age, coping mechanisms, and family support, experts say that research shows that witnessing a parent's arrest or deportation leads to a complex series of problems.

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Las comidas de Tek Nepal solían tener alto componente de almidones. Pero desde que le diagnosticaron diabetes de tipo 2 el año pasado, las cosas han cambiado.

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Cuando Claudine Mukankindi llegó a Pittsburgh en el año 2001, fue luego de sobrevivir al genocidio de Ruanda, donde debió hacer frente a infinitos actos de violencia y perdió miembros de su familia.


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