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Parenting Bulletin - September 2014 Archives


Video game could help anxious children (9/30/2014)

Tom Hollenstein is running a two-year trial to see if the video game MindLight can help youth cope with and eventually conquer their anxiety. ...> Full Article


Middle school dilemma: Girls' body image affected by older peers (9/29/2014)

The media is highly criticized for contributing to body image issues in adolescents. However, a study out today in Psychology of Women Quarterly finds a different source for body dissatisfaction among young girls: older girls at school. ...> Full Article


Kids eat better if their parents went to college (9/28/2014)

Children of college-educated parents eat more vegetables and drink less sugar, according to a new study from the University of British Columbia. But it's still not enough, the study goes on to say, as all kids are falling short when it comes to eating healthier at school. The research suggests a parent's educational attainment, an indicator of socioeconomic status, may inform a child's diet. ...> Full Article


Babies learn words differently as they age, researcher finds (9/27/2014)

In a new study, a University of Missouri researcher has found that toddlers learn words differently as they age, and a limit exists as to how many words they can learn each day. These findings could help parents enhance their children's vocabularies and assist speech-language professionals in developing and refining interventions to help children with language delays. ...> Full Article


Fighting parents hurt children's ability to recognize and regulate emotions (9/26/2014)

Exposure to verbal and physical aggression between parents may hurt a child's ability to identify and control emotions, according to a longitudinal study led by NYU's Steinhardt School of Culture, Education, and Human Development. ...> Full Article


Smart teens rub off on teammates (9/25/2014)

Having smart teammates can double a high school student's odds of going to college. The type of team or club did not matter. Participating in more than one extra-curricular activity didn't bring bigger benefits. ...> Full Article


Freshman girls know how to eat healthy but lack confidence in their ability to do it (9/23/2014)

Female college freshmen understand the benefits of eating healthy foods and know which foods they should include in their diets. But they lack confidence in their ability to act on that knowledge, especially when it comes to getting enough calcium, says a new University of Illinois study. ...> Full Article


To curb violent tendencies, start young (9/19/2014)

To curb violent tendencies, start youngAggressive children are less likely to become violent criminals or psychiatrically troubled adults if they receive intensive early intervention, say a new study based on more than two decades of research. The study from researchers at Duke and three other universities provides some of the strongest evidence yet that violent tendencies can be curbed. ...> Full Article


Sometimes, adolescents just can't resist (9/18/2014)

Sometimes, adolescents just can't resistA University of Iowa study finds teenagers are far more sensitive than adults to the immediate effect or reward of their behaviors. Even when a behavior is no longer in a teenager's best interest to continue, they will because the effect of the reward is still there and lasts much longer in adolescents than in adults. ...> Full Article


Childhood mentors have positive impact on career success (9/17/2014)

Childhood mentors have positive impact on career successNew research from North Carolina State University finds that young people who have had mentors are more likely to find work early in their careers that gives them more responsibility and autonomy -- ultimately putting them on a path to more financially and personally rewarding careers. ...> Full Article


Diverse neighborhoods may help infants' social learning (9/16/2014)

Diverse neighborhoods may help infants' social learningExperiencing diverse communities by hearing different languages at the park, on a bus or in the grocery store may make babies more open-minded in their social learning, a new study finds. ...> Full Article


Video game teaches kids how to code (9/15/2014)

Video game teaches kids how to codeComputer scientists at the University of California, San Diego have successfully funded on Kickstarter a new and improved version of CodeSpells, a first-person player game they developed that teaches players how to code. ...> Full Article


Halving the risk of preterm birth for some twin pregnancies (9/14/2014)

International research involving the University of Adelaide has found that the risk of preterm birth could be halved for a specific group of 'super high-risk' twin pregnancies. ...> Full Article


Mothers' responses to babies' crying: Benefiting from and getting over childhood experiences (9/13/2014)

A study of 259 first-time mothers, published in the journal Child Development, has found that mothers whose childhood experiences with caregivers were positive, and those who came to terms with negative experiences, respond more sensitively to their own babies' cries. Mothers came from a wide range of racial and socio-economic backgrounds.They were followed from pregnancy until their babies were 6 months old. ...> Full Article


Parents' separation found to boost children's behavior problems, but only in high-income families (9/12/2014)

A study examining a national sample of nearly 4,000 children has found that parents' separation increases children's behavior problems, but only in high income families. The study, published in the journal Child Development, also found that moving from a single-parent family into a stepparent family improved children's behavior. It goes on to compare the effects of parents' separation, remarriage, or repartnering on children's behavior problems given the child's age. ...> Full Article


Giving the breath of life to infants (9/11/2014)

Giving the breath of life to infantsAn innovative new resuscitation technique being tested in a clinical trial in Edmonton is giving hope to parents whose children need medical assistance moments after being born. Every year, hundreds of thousands of babies across the globe die after resuscitation efforts fail. The new technique, pioneered in Edmonton, shows survival rates of infants could more than double using the new method of resuscitation as compared to the conventional method. ...> Full Article


Greener neighborhoods lead to better birth outcomes, new research shows (9/9/2014)

Greener neighborhoods lead to better birth outcomes, new research showsMothers who live in neighborhoods with plenty of grass, trees or other green vegetation are more likely to deliver at full term and their babies are born at higher weights, compared to mothers who live in urban areas that aren't as green, a new study shows. ...> Full Article


Study finds 'family meal' ideal is stressful, impossible for many families (9/5/2014)

Study finds 'family meal' ideal is stressful, impossible for many familiesMagazines, television and other popular media increasingly urge families to return to the kitchen, stressing the importance of home-cooked meals and family dinners to physical health and family well-being. But new research shows that home cooking and family meals place significant stresses on many families -- and are simply impossible for others. ...> Full Article


Mechanical ventilation a key indicator for pre-term children's math problems (9/4/2014)

Mechanical ventilation a key indicator for pre-term children's math problemsA new study, led by researchers at the University of Warwick in the UK and the Ruhr-University Bochum in Germany, and just published in the Journal Early Human Development, has found that both the length of time spent in hospital after birth and the use of mechanical ventilation are key indicators of reduced mathematical ability in preterm children. ...> Full Article


Healthy Moms program helps women who are obese limit weight gain during pregnancy (9/3/2014)

A new study finds that women who are obese can limit their weight gain during pregnancy using conventional weight loss techniques including attending weekly group support meetings, seeking advice about nutrition and diet, and keeping food and exercise journals. ...> Full Article


Parents, listen next time your baby babbles (9/2/2014)

Parents, listen next time your baby babblesParents who try to understand their baby's babbling let their infants know they can communicate, which leads to children forming complex sounds and using language more quickly. Results appear in the journal Infancy. ...> Full Article


New smartphone app can detect newborn jaundice in minutes (9/1/2014)

New smartphone app can detect newborn jaundice in minutesUniversity of Washington engineers and physicians have developed a smartphone application that checks for jaundice in newborns and can deliver results to parents and pediatricians within minutes. ...> Full Article


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