The ten commandments for parents: According to teachers
"Ask me what you can do, as in plan a party, donate supplies on my wish list or volunteer to read or sit with your child's class at lunch."
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Why babies born in September may have an advantage in school
When is the best age to start kindergarten? Depends on the child, but studies show older is often better.
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Pressure grows on the government to ban energy drinks for children
Professor Russell Viner, the president of the Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health, has warned children should be banned from buying energy drinks because they contain...
8 hours ago - Daily Mail
Eating gluten during pregnancy doubles the risk of children getting Type 1 diabetes, study finds
A study of 63,500 women worldwide found that the more gluten-rich foods they ate during pregnancy, the higher the chance that their child would develop the condition by the age...
8 hours ago - Daily Mail - 2 articles
10 Teacher Pro-Tips To Get Your Child Reading
With the new school year upon us, anxiety among parents and students start to rise. Did my kids spend all summer in front of the TV without opening a book? Will my kid ever be...
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A Child Dies Every Five Seconds, and Most Are Preventable Deaths - U.N
An estimated 6.3 million children died before their 15th birthdays in 2017, or one every five seconds, mostly due to a lack of water, sanitation, nutrition and basic...
17 hours ago - Medscape
Nevus sebaceous on the scalp: answer
We describe the case of a 1-month-old, full-term male infant with an NS (localized, well-delimited, waxy alopecic area on the scalp) that has been present since birth. He was...
18 hours ago - Journal of Pediatric and Neonatal Individualized Medicine - 2 articles
Why Are Pediatrician Groups Conforming to Transgender Orthodoxy?
All of this relates to a global child-welfare battle that is being fought in schools and surgeries across the English-speaking world. One of the most successful tactics used by...
19 hours ago - Topix
Scientists Are Developing New Ways to Treat Disease With Cells, Not Drugs
When Nichelle Obar learned she was pregnant with her second child last year, she never expected that her pregnancy, or her baby, would make history. But when the 40-year-old...
20 hours ago - Time
Women who breastfeed for at least five months have more kids
New research shows that women who breastfeed their first child for five months or longer are more likely to have three or more children, and less likely to have only one child.
20 hours ago - ScienceDaily - 2 articles
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Women who eat a Mediterranean diet face a 22% lower risk of stroke
University of East Anglia, researchers compared the stroke risk of 23,000 participants, who were put into four different groups based on how closely they followed the diet...
New Brain Imaging Method May Help Diagnose Alzheimer's Disease Accurately
Alzheimer's disease can be accurately diagnosed using a new brain imaging method which can reveal the spread of tau protein depositions, which is linked to Alzheimer's cases.
Few Minutes of High-intensity Exercise May Equal to Longer...
Few minutes of high-intensity or sprinting exercise may be as effective as longer moderate-intensity workouts, reveals a new study.
Obesity, Overweight May Increase Women's Urinary Incontinence Risk
Obesity and overweight may increase the risk of developing urinary incontinence in women, reveals a new study.
Arthritis, Depression May Occur Together in Older People
Arthritis is more common in older patients with varying degrees of depression, reveals a new study.
Cell Mechanism Regulating Protein Synthesis in Stress Conditions Identified
New study identifies cell mechanism regulating protein synthesis in stress conditions which may help prevent the proliferation of tumor growth.
Simulations of Breast Tissue May Address Delay on Enhanced MRI Cancer...
New study creates simulations of breast tissue that would provide cutting-edge MRI techniques to prove that they meet safety limits.
Arizona Emergency Medical Technicians Face Higher Risk of Suicide: Study
Suicide risk is 39 percent higher in Arizona emergency medical technicians compared to general public, finds a new study.
Novel Approach to Protect Bone Health in Hematopoietic Stem Cell Transplant...
New study finds strategies to protect bone health in hematologic stem cell transplant recipients.
Email Distractions May Prevent Bosses From Being Good Leaders: Study
Email distractions may prevent bosses from being good leaders, finds a new study.