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Help! My Child Won't go to School

"How do I get my nine-year-old daughter to school? She seems to have tummy aches or headaches constantly, and misses several days of school each week.

The Seven Stages of Parenthood

Stage 1: Me, have kids?  Really? Your biological alarm goes off.  Every baby is unbeliveably cute.  Am I ready for kids?  They are pretty darn cute.

Three Steps for Meeting a Dog: Instructions for Parents

It is very important to teach kids how to interact with dogs they are interested in. Childish excitement could be interpreted as a threat by inexperienced dogs.

What to Do When Your Child is Afraid of Dogs

Whenever Laura sees a dog, she shrieks and clings to her mother's leg. Thomas runs the other way. And Samuel just freezes, wide eyed in terror.

Quick Exercises for Parents

We all know how difficult it is to stay in shape and find time to exercise - but most especially for parents with babies or small kids. There's the sleep-deprivation factor, lack of time and priority changes.

Rainy Day Activities for Kids and Dogs

"It's raining, it's pouring, everything is boring!"Rainy days with stir-crazy kids and dogs can try your sanity. When your kids wail that there's nothing fun to do, have them try some of these simple games with the family dog.

Creating a Balanced Inner World for Our Children

We are all made up of many parts. For example, if we are fifty, we still have a part of us that is twelve. It may show up when we are at a carnival with our kids, or visiting a place where we lived at that age.

A Puppy Party for Kid-Friendly Dogs

Hosting a puppy party is a great way to help your new puppy begin enjoying and feeling at ease around kids. Puppies under 5 months old can learn a lot in an easy 30-minute play date.

Emotional Development is the Software

Just like a car needs gas to run, we need food to run our bodies and minds. The difference between a car and our minds, is that we have emotions, feelings and thoughts.

An Un Costly Budget For Better Health and Wellbeing

      We are living in a time of great need to understand ourselves on a deeper level of awareness. Now is the time for society to reach within and grasp it's natural resources found in the self.

Relaxed parents are stress management experts

An interview with Sarah McCrum, director of the Academy of Potential EducationJimmy Allen: If you were to give parents a simple and quick piece of advice to help with stress management and improving their children's behavior, what would that be?Sarah McCrum: Well, I once met a parenting consultant who showed me something I have never forgotten.

Improving your child's happiness in a fast-changing society

An interview with Sarah McCrum, director of the Academy of Potential EducationJimmy Allen: What can parents do to improve their children's happiness and overall behavior?Sarah McCrum: Many parents are facing a big problem these days.

Family and the Future of Love Relationships

If you look at the average 20 year old, the chances that they have had any real education about relationships and love are pretty slim. Growing up as kids, they probably learned a little biology about the male and female body; they've possibly read some love poetry by Shakespeare or some other great author; they've usually watched their parents relationship going through some significant ups and downs with little explanation about what's going on.

5 Tips to Improve Parenting

1. Patience. In a world full of turmoil it can be really difficult to cultivate patience but as hard as it may be it is essential to happiness.

Kids and Parents Talking About the Facts of Life

When parents decide to talk to their kids about 'the facts of life' it usually leads into one of those embarrassing situations (from the children's point of view) where parents feel it's their duty to make sure their children know how a baby is made.

Personality can hide depression

According to a research published online by the journal International Psychogeriatrics a person's personality can hide the common symptoms of depression.

Fit Five Kids

FitFive Healthy Kids Program gets children off to a good start in life.For children to be fit and healthy they require a balanced diet and sufficient exercise from their earliest years.

Communicating with your Teenager

Improving the channel of communication between yourself and your teenager is essential to a respectable and loving parent-child relationship.

Low Vitamin C Impairs Early Brain Development

Researchers have found that low vitamin C in early life results in 30 per cent less hippocampal neurons and markedly worse spatial memory (animal study).

Green Living and Prenatal Care: 10 Things You Need to Know To Ensure Your Baby Arrives Healthy Despite the Toxic World Around Us

Nutritional expert Dr. Carolyn Dean talks about how you can apply green living to protect your unborn child and have a smooth delivery and a healthy child.

Introducing the Wellness Resources Daily Prenatal Multi Vitamin

Wellness Resources has set a new quality standard for prenatal nutrition with the introduction of our Daily Prenatal Multi Vitamin.  Never before have these type of quality nutrients been placed in a prenatal multi vitamin - but why shouldn't your baby get the very best?  Preparation for pregnancy, pregnancy, and lactation are vital times to ensure you have proper nutrition.

Oxytocin and Parenting

It's a mom and pop thingPhiladelphia, PA, 20 August, 2010 - The hormone oxytocin has come under intensive study in light of emerging evidence that its release contributes to the social bonding that occurs between lovers, friends, and colleagues.

What Defines A Good Parent?

Someone who is honest, loving, kind, leads by example, thoughtful and disciplines are just a few traits that might describe a good parent. Nearly all parents or parents to be have asked themselves the question, "am I a good parent?" at one point in their life.

Put YOU First.

Perhaps a selfish concept but if YOU are not health and happy those closest to you will suffer. Why is it that pregnant mothers will give up alcohol and cigarettes for the life of the growing baby but cannot give it for themselves permanently? Why is it that a person cannot loose weight until their obesity prevents them from performing their job? Why is it that a parent will not change their diet until their child is diagnosed with type two Diabetes? Why is it that a person only stops their compulsive behaviors when they become present in their children? The fact is you need to put YOU first for your own sake and the sakes of those closest to you.

Study Technology is Providing the Solution for Correct Learning

      This outstanding technology got originally developed for people of any age, whoever wanted to improve his own learning skills for college, university or job.

How to boost your breast milk supply

Breast milk is wonderful for a newborn and infant. The mother's breast milk contains the perfect concoction of necessary ingredients that help an infant's body grow and develop as it should.

Keeping Your Children Away From ADD and ADHD Can Be Fun !

     Here is first a short introduction to psychiatric labeling:      Since many years countless names and labels for disorders got made available, written down by psychiatrists, describing the malfunctions of a person in its behaviors, attitutes and also specially with its learning disabilities.

About the Unwillingness of a Child doing its Homework

     First of all I want you to realize, that understanding the problems through reading this article, is offering already some great solutions, helping to handle the situation.

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Cognitive Dissonance and Child Abuse

Cognitive dissonance is a stressful state of mind that occurs when a person is holding either two beneficial or adverse options simultaneously and the person is asked to make a choice.

News Articles

Colic In Babies May Be Caused By Gut Bacteria

HOUSTON, USA - Researchers at The University of Texas Health Science Centre at Houston say one organism discovered during their study may unlock the key to what causes colic, inconsolable crying in an otherwise healthy baby.

Home DNA paternity tests coming to a pharmacy near you

EDENBRIDGE, UK - In response to phenomenal success in the USA, International Biosciences, in partnership with the National Pharmacy Association, are soon to release over-the-counter DNA paternity tests through pharmacies nationwide.

Study: being active as a preschooler pays off later in childhood

IOWA, USA - Being active at the age of 5 helps children stay lean as they age even if they don't remain as active later in childhood; a new University of Iowa study shows.

Exercise Is Healthy for Mother and Child During Pregnancy

Physicians should recommend low to moderate levels of exercise to their pregnant patients, even if they have not exercised prior to pregnancy, states a report of the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons (JAAOS).

Universal screening lowers risk of severe jaundice in infants

Screening all newborns for excessive bilirubin in the blood can significantly decrease the incidence of severe jaundice, which, in extreme cases, can lead to seizures and brain damage, according to researchers.

Child burn injuries down significantly

In the next 60 seconds, another child will be on his/her way to the hospital to be treated for serious burns; it happens more than 300 times a day in this country.

UK incidence of children living with substance-misusing parents considerably underestimated

Current figures underestimate the number of children who may be at risk of harm from parental substance use. Researchers writing in the open access journal BMC Public Health have generated new estimates using five national surveys that include measures of binge, hazardous and dependent drinking, illicit drug use and mental health.

5 Christmas Tips for Children with ADHD

Washington, D.C. USA - Parents of children with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) often cringe during the holidays. The expectation of presents and chaotic busyness can turn already energetic children into spinning tops.

US birth weights on the decline

Boston, USA - Thirteen-pound babies may make headlines, but they aren't the norm. In fact, U.S. infants are getting smaller, according to researchers at the Harvard Pilgrim Health Care Institute's Department of Population Medicine, an affiliate of Harvard Medical School.

Lung virus taking its toll on young lives, study finds

A common virus that causes wheezing and pneumonia claims the lives of up to two hundred thousand children worldwide each year, a study has found.

ATV and Motocross Sports – High Velocity Toys Merit Caution

Over the years, all terrain vehicles (ATVs) and motocross motorcycles have gained popularity and marketed as toys to consumers. These high-velocity machines can weigh between 300 and 600 pounds, and run on average between 25 and 60 miles per hour, while some even reach maximum speeds of 75 miles per hour.

Emergency contraception: Advance provision does not reduce pregnancy rates

Providing emergency contraception to women in advance of need does not reduce pregnancy rates, despite increased use and faster use after unprotected sexual intercourse.

UK families with disabled children more likely to live in poverty

Disabled children in the UK are more likely to likely to live with low-income, deprivation, debt and poor housing. University of Warwick researchers writing in the journal BMC Pediatrics found that families with disabled children experience higher levels of poverty and personal and social disadvantage than other children.

Talk to your babies

Northwestern University researchers have found that even before infants begin to speak, words play an important role in their cognition. For 3-month-old infants, words influence performance in a cognitive task in a way that goes beyond the influence of other kinds of sounds, including musical tones.

Less sleep may add up to more pounds in adolescents

Study finds inadequate sleep a risk factor for childhood obesity, especially among boys, middle school studentsAdolescents who don't get enough sleep may gain more than some extra time to play video games or text their friends.

Waterpipes: A new worrying trend on the rise?

Hookah or shisha use on rise yet contains nicotine, carbon monoxide and carcinogensMontreal, CANADA - As fewer people puff on cigarettes, a new smoking trend may be gaining popularity among North American youth.

Parents' physical inactivity influences children

Children are more likely to watch high levels of television if their parents do, but parents do not need to be physically active to help their children to be active, a new study has found.

Antidepressants in pregnancy increase risk of miscarriage

A new study in CMAJ (Canadian Medical Association Journal) found a 68% increase in the overall risk of miscarriage in pregnant women using antidepressants.

Venetian blinds can cause accidental strangulation

Personal view: Accidental strangulation with a Venetian blind cord -- a near missDr Mahesh Masand, consultant paediatrician at Dr Grays Hospital in Elgin, Scotland, recounts the day when a 22-month-old girl was rushed to A&E after her mother found the toddler hanging from the looped cord of a Venetian blind in her bedroom.

Difficult childhoods lead to teenage drinking

An African study has found a link between a difficult childhood and alcohol consumption as a teenager. Researchers writing in BioMed Central's open access journal Child and Adolescent Psychiatry and Mental Health studied the association between adverse childhood experiences and drunkenness among 9,189 adolescents aged 12-19 years living in Burkina Faso, Ghana, Malawi, and Uganda.

ISU study finds TV viewing, video game play contribute to kids’ attention problems

Parents looking to get their kid's attention - or keeping them focused at home and in the classroom - should try to limit their television viewing and video game play.

Who is likely to become a bully, victim or both?

New research shows poor problem-solving increases risk for allWASHINGTON, USA - Children and adolescents who lack social problem-solving skills are more at risk of becoming bullies, victims or both than those who don't have these difficulties, says new research published by the American Psychological Association.

Point-of-sale advertising major cause of teen smoking, Stanford study shows

STANFORD, USA. - Point-of-sale tobacco advertising works impressively well on teens - so well that federal regulators should consider barring such marketing efforts from convenience stores, gas stations and small groceries, a Stanford University School of Medicine researcher said.

Tongue Piercing May Cause Gapped Teeth, According to UB Study

First, your child gets her tongue pierced. Then, as if you needed something else, she starts "playing" with the tiny barbell-shaped stud, pushing it against her upper front teeth.

Parents' mental health more likely to suffer when a grown child struggles

Situation not mitigated by having one successful child, study findsEven into adulthood, problem children continue to give their parents heartache, and it doesn't matter if other children in the family grow up to be successful, according to a new study of middle-aged parents.

iPods ‘Louder than Pneumatic Drills’ Warn Experts

Millions of Brits are risking their hearing by listening to music at a volume louder than a pneumatic drill, a study revealed yesterday.Researchers found one in ten people regularly turn their radio up to a higher volume than a drill on a building site, with another one in six listening to their MP3 player at a level which is more  deafening than an aeroplane taking off.

Parents fall ill twice as much as anyone else, new research has revealed

Bugs picked up at nursery and in the playground mean that those with young children suffer from more colds and viruses than those without and the average parent gets a cold an additional four times a year compared to someone without children.

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