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Parenting Bulletin - November 2010 Archives


Late-preterm babies at greater risk for problems later in childhood (11/23/2010)

Late-preterm babies at greater risk for problems later in childhoodLate-preterm babies -- those born between 34 and 36 weeks -- are at an increased risk for cognitive and emotional problems, regardless of maternal IQ or demographics, according to new research published by Michigan State University researchers in the current edition of the journal Pediatrics. ...> Full Article


Infant estrogen levels tracked through diaper research (11/20/2010)

Infant estrogen levels tracked through diaper researchWith the help of babies and more than 5,000 of their diapers, Emory University researchers have developed an accurate, noninvasive method to determine estrogen levels in infants. ...> Full Article


Young children sensitive to others' behaviors and intentions (11/19/2010)

A new study finds that young children are less likely to help a person after seeing that person harm or intend to harm someone else. The study placed nearly 100 German 3-year-olds in scenarios where they observed an adult help, harm, intend to harm, or accidentally harm another. The children were less likely to subsequently help that adult in a game if the adult had harmed or intended to harm another person in the initial scenario. ...> Full Article


Nighttime sleep found beneficial to infants' skills (11/18/2010)

Young children who get most of their sleep at night perform better in executive functioning than children who don't sleep as much at night, a new study finds. The study of 60 Canadian children aged 1, 1-1/2 and 2, examined the children's sleep habits and executive functioning skills, including impulse control and mental flexibility. The researchers found that children who sleep mostly at night did better on executive function tasks, especially those involving impulse control. ...> Full Article


Disruptive behavior disorders in male teenagers associated with increased risk of road crashes (11/17/2010)

Disruptive behavior disorders in male teenagers, such as attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, conduct disorder, and oppositional defiant disorder are associated with about a one-third increase in the risk of being seriously injured in a road traffic crash -- either as driver or pedestrian. ...> Full Article


Cohabiting parents struggle with nonstandard work schedules (11/16/2010)

Cohabiting parents struggle with nonstandard work schedulesIrregular work schedules appear harmful to the well-being of cohabiting parents, a growing segment of the US population, a study by Michigan State University researchers finds. ...> Full Article


23 percent of young people get into fights when they go out at night (11/15/2010)

23 percent of young people get into fights when they go out at nightNight-time violence among young Spaniards is becoming ever more common, according to a research study carried out by the European Institute of Studies on Prevention. The study shows that 5.2 percent of young people carry weapons when they go out at night, 11.6 percent have been attacked or threatened, and 23 percent have got into a fight at some time. ...> Full Article


Study shows young, unsupervised children most at risk for dog bites (11/14/2010)

A new study of dog bites shows children usually targeted by the family pet, which is often a breed considered "good" with kids. ...> Full Article


Children with high blood pressure more likely to have learning disabilities (11/13/2010)

Children with high blood pressure more likely to have learning disabilitiesChildren who have hypertension are much more likely to have learning disabilities than children with normal blood pressure, according to a new University of Rochester Medical Center study published this week in the journal, Pediatrics. In fact, when variables such as socioeconomic levels are evened out, children with hypertension were four times more likely to have cognitive problems. ...> Full Article


Research into adolescent sexual habits reveals surprising findings (11/12/2010)

Females are more likely to have an unprotected first sexual encounter than their male counterparts. This finding was a surprise to Nicole Weller, an Arizona State University graduate student working toward her doctoral degree in sociology, who presented preliminary findings on research she is conducting on the relationship between early sex education and the onset of sexual activity at the 138th annual American Public Health Association Social Justice Meeting & Expo in Denver on Monday, Nov. 8. ...> Full Article


Fearless children show less empathy, more aggression (11/11/2010)

Preschool-aged children who demonstrate fearless behavior also reveal less empathy and more aggression towards their peers. This has been shown in a new study that was carried out at the University of Haifa. "This study shows that fearless behavior in children is related to neurological and genetic predisposition. This type of behavior has less correlation -- at least in infancy -- with standards of educational processes or parenting practice," says Dr. Inbal Kivenson-Baron, who carried out the study. ...> Full Article


Vapor rub relieves cold symptoms for children, helps them sleep better (11/10/2010)

Applying a vapor rub is effective for treating children with night-time cough and congestion and improves sleep for children with cold symptoms, according to Penn State College of Medicine researchers. ...> Full Article


Children find their own way to solve arithmetic problems (11/9/2010)

Children find their own way to solve arithmetic problemsChildren with learning difficulties can benefit from being encouraged to find their own way to solve arithmetic problems, according to new research from the University of Strathclyde in Glasgow, Scotland. ...> Full Article


Play with your kid, for their mental health's sake (11/9/2010)

Play with your kid, for their mental health's sakeLearning a hobby or other complex task in childhood with assistance from a trusted adult may help guard against the emergence of a personality disorder later on in life, reports a study in the current issue of the journal, Development and Psychopathology. Spending time with a child by reading with them, helping with homework or teaching them organizational skills helps to foster better psychological health in adulthood. ...> Full Article


Infants' hemodynamic responses to happy and angry facial expressions (11/6/2010)

Japanese research group led by Prof. Ryusuke Kakigi and Dr. Emi Nakato, National Institute for Physiological Sciences, and Prof. Masami K. Yamaguchi, Chuo University, found that the hemispheric differences in the temporal area overlying superior temporal sulcus when processing positive (happy) and negative (angry) facial expressions in infants. Their finding was reported in NeuroImage. ...> Full Article


High-calorie beverages still widely available in elementary schools (11/2/2010)

High-calorie beverages not allowed by national guidelines are still available in a majority of US elementary schools, according to a report posted online today that will appear in the March 2011 print issue of Archives of Pediatrics & Adolescent Medicine, one of the JAMA/Archives journals. ...> Full Article


Parents' effort key to child's educational performance (11/1/2010)

A new study by researchers at the University of Leicester and University of Leeds has concluded that parents' efforts towards their child's educational achievement is crucial -- playing a more significant role than that of the school or child. ...> Full Article


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