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Multi-tasking is Mentally Damaging, Warn Experts

... music on their iPods, watching TV and doing their homework simultaneously. The researchers even went on to insist that multi-tasking enormously affects the whole family, even though it has always been associated with working mothers. "About half the time, children ignore their father or do not stop wh...

Child Brain Likely To Be Harmed By Stress

..."We are not talking about the stress of doing your homework or fighting with your dad," Dr Carrion said. The 15 children he and his team studied all had PTSD as a result of physical, emotional or sexual abuse, witnessing violence or experiencing lasting separation and loss. Dr Carrion said it would now be i...

Severe PTSD Damages Children's Brains: Study

... "We're not talking about the stress of doing your homework or fighting with your dad," said Packard Children's child psychiatrist Victor Carrion, MD. "We're talking about traumatic stress. These kids feel like they're stuck in the middle of a street with a truck barreling down at them." Carrion, assistant ...

Can Giving More Homework Improve Test Scores For Children?

...onstant pressure to improve educations patters and homework policies. A recent study of global homework// patt...rom Penn State, suggests that the benefits of more homework assignments to boost student test scores may vary widely. It was found that this variation is accord...

Video Games Fun but Pose Social, Health Risks

...lapses. Another good strategy - have children do homework and play outside first, Storch said. "There are certainly some positives to (video game playing)," Storch said. "For many kids it's really enjoyable. But moderation is the key." Source-Newswise...

CBSE's Initiative to Reduce Mental Stress on Children

...learning a joyful //experience:- (i) Abolition of homework for the children of Classes I to II. (ii) Intere...tive activities to replace the dull and mechanical homework from classes II to V. (iii) Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation from class I to V with no pass...

Neurology behind Drinking in Teenagers

...while early drinking was blamed for time away from homework acquiring social skills, and other related tasks of growing up mounting research has shown that alcohol damages the developing brains of teenagers, injuring them significantly more than it does adult brains. These findings have lain to rest the ass...

Teens And Children Are More Influenced By Hi-Tech Gadgets

...rs a day in watching TV. Screen time also includes homework on the system. Due to the growth of this wrong culture among school children, there is lack of good eating habits and exercise. Among British teenagers one third eat their meal on their lap in front of the TV, while one fifth skip their breakfa...

Men More Likely Prefer Marriage Than Women – Survey Report

... in bathing, playing, feeding and helping in doing homework for their child. A research by Neil Chethik, author of VoiceMale, from the results he explains that men are more dedicated and committed to the family and marriage. Out of the 360 men studied, nearly 90% of married men answered that they will mar...

Watch Out! Even Good Dogs Can Bite Your Kids

...protect their children from dog bites is to do the homework before purchasing a family dog. Learn about the behaviours of different breeds. Which ones are good around children? A call to the local veterinarian might be helpful before picking out one. It is also important, according to experts, to socialis...

Is it ok to let kids watch too much of television?

...be allowed to watch television after completion of homework and other assignments. Those under 2 should strictly avoid watching any TV or videos. A few other options that could be considered is shifting the television from your kid’s bedroom and encouraging them to participate in outdoor gaming activities. I...

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