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Parenting Bulletin - January 2011 Archives


Preschool kids know what they like: Salt, sugar and fat (1/31/2011)

Preschool kids know what they like: Salt, sugar and fatA child's taste preferences begin at home and most often involve salt, sugar and fat. And, researchers say, young kids learn quickly what brands deliver the goods. ...> Full Article


Medication dosing errors for infants and children (1/30/2011)

Preparing small doses of medication from syringes may be inaccurate and can result in crucial dosing errors for infants and children, according to a study published in CMAJ. ...> Full Article


Childhood self-control predicts adult health and wealth (1/29/2011)

A long-term study has found that children who scored lower on measures of self-control as young as age 3 were more likely to have health problems, substance dependence, financial troubles and a criminal record by the time they reached age 32. ...> Full Article


Parental divorce linked to suicidal thoughts (1/28/2011)

Adult children of divorce are more likely to have seriously considered suicide than their peers from intact families, suggests new research from the University of Toronto. ...> Full Article


Better learning through handwriting (1/27/2011)

The process of reading and writing involves a number of senses. When writing by hand, our brain receives feedback from our motor actions, together with the sensation of touching a pencil and paper. These kinds of feedback is significantly different from those we receive when touching and typing on a keyboard. ...> Full Article


Science learning easier when students put down textbooks and actively recall information (1/26/2011)

Put down those science text books and work at recalling information from memory. That's the shorthand take away message of new research from Purdue University that says practicing memory retrieval boosts science learning far better than elaborate study methods. ...> Full Article


New study of environmental contaminants in breast milk (1/24/2011)

The levels of environmental contaminants in a mother's body decrease during breast-feeding. After a year of lactation, the levels of a number of environmental contaminants in breast milk drop by 15-94 percent, according to a recent study from the Norwegian Institute of Public Health. There has been little study into this topic previously. ...> Full Article


A second language gives toddlers an edge (1/23/2011)

Toddlers who learn a second language from infancy have an edge over their monolingual peers, according to a new study from Concordia University and York University in Canada and the Université de Provence in France. As reported in the Journal of Experimental Child Psychology, the research team tested the understanding of English and French words among 24-month-olds to see if bilingual toddlers had acquired comparable vocabulary in each language. ...> Full Article


More effective and better protection is needed for children online (1/22/2011)

Present-day technical and legal methods of preventing child pornography offenses and online grooming are not sufficiently effective and do not meet their purpose. A thesis from the University of Gothenburg, Sweden, shows that new approaches are needed to improve online protection for our children. ...> Full Article


Study identifies chemicals in pregnant women (1/19/2011)

The bodies of virtually all US pregnant women carry multiple chemicals, including some banned since the 1970s and others used in common products such as non-stick cookware, processed foods and personal care products, according to a new study from UCSF. ...> Full Article


Middle school is when the right friends may matter most (1/18/2011)

Middle school is when the right friends may matter mostAs adolescents move from elementary school into their middle or junior-high years, changes in friendships may signal potential academic success or troubles down the road, say University of Oregon researchers. ...> Full Article


Antibiotics best treatment for ear infections in toddlers, NIH grantees find (1/17/2011)

Adding new evidence to the debate on the best treatment for middle-ear infections, or acute otitis media, in young children, clinical researchers at the Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh of the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center have found antibiotics to be more effective than a placebo in relieving symptoms. These findings appear in the Jan. 13 issue of the New England Journal of Medicine. ...> Full Article


Baby-led weaning is feasible but could cause nutritional problems for minority of infants (1/16/2011)

Most babies can reach out for and eat finger food by six to eight months, according to a study of 602 infants. But baby-led weaning -- babies feeding themselves solid foods, rather than being spoon fed purees -- could lead to nutritional problems for the small number of children who develop later than average. That is why researchers recommend combining self-feeding with solid finger food with traditional spoon feeding. ...> Full Article


Is 'breast only' for first 6 months best? (1/15/2011)

Current guidance advising mothers in the UK to exclusively breast feed for the first six months of their baby's life is being questioned by child health experts on bmj.com today. ...> Full Article


How children cope with the aftermath of a hurricane (1/14/2011)

Living through a natural disaster is a traumatic experience for everyone, but especially for children. A new study by University of Miami Psychologist Annette La Greca and her collaborators, indicate that some children who directly experience a devastating hurricane still show signs of post-traumatic stress almost two years after the event. The findings suggest that new models for intervention to help children after a natural disaster are needed. ...> Full Article


Bottle rockets can cause serious eye injuries in children (1/13/2011)

Bottle rockets can cause significant eye injuries in children, often leading to permanent loss of vision, according to a report posted online today that will appear in the May print issue of Archives of Ophthalmology, one of the JAMA/Archives journals. ...> Full Article


Faulty 'off-switch' stops children with ADHD from concentrating (1/10/2011)

Faulty 'off-switch' stops children with ADHD from concentratingBrain scans of children with attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder have shown for the first time why people affected by the condition sometimes have difficulty in concentrating. The study, by experts at the University of Nottingham, may explain why parents often say that their child can maintain concentration when they are doing something that interests them, but struggles with boring tasks. ...> Full Article


Mother's milk improves the physical condition of future adolescents (1/9/2011)

Breast feeding new born babies has lots of advantages in the short and in the long-term for babies. A study has confirmed the recently discovered benefits, which had not been researched until now. Adolescents who are breast fed at birth have stronger leg muscles than those who received artificial milk. ...> Full Article


Children in formal child care have better language skills (1/8/2011)

Fewer children who attend regular formal center- and family-based child care at 1.5 years and 3 years of age were late talkers compared with children who are looked after at home by a parent, child-carer or in an outdoor nursery. This is shown in a new study by the Norwegian Institute of Public Health of nearly 20,000 children. ...> Full Article


Anti-bullying program reduces malicious gossip on school playgrounds (1/5/2011)

Elementary school students who participated in a three-month anti-bullying program in Seattle schools showed a 72 percent decrease in malicious gossip. The study, led by the University of Washington, is the first to show that the widely-used Steps to Respect bullying prevention program can curb children's gossip, an element of playground culture often seen as harmless but capable of causing real harm. ...> Full Article


Research demonstrates that education programs can increase parent-child interactions (1/4/2011)

Parent education programs delivered through pediatric primary care offices increased parent-child play and reading activities critical for child development and school readiness during infancy in at-risk families, according to two concurrent reports in the January issue of Archives of Pediatrics & Adolescent Medicine, one of the JAMA/Archives journals. ...> Full Article


Myths and truths of obesity and pregnancy (1/2/2011)

Ironically, despite excessive caloric intake, many obese women are deficient in vitamins vital to a healthy pregnancy. This and other startling statistics abound when obesity and pregnancy collide. Together, they present a unique set of challenges that women and their doctors must tackle in order to achieve the best possible outcome for mom and baby. ...> Full Article


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