Could early intervention reduce behavioural problems?

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Could early intervention reduce behavioural problems?

As many as 10 per cent of children struggle with behavioural problems according to new research. 

The study, by Imperial College London suggests treating toddlers as young as 12 months old, could be the answer to tackling drug and alcohol problems, crime, and mental health issues in later life. 

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