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Research Suggests Playing Tetris Can Help With the Recovery Of A Car Crash Trauma

Parenting  11 April '17

Research Suggests Playing Tetris Can Help With the Recovery Of A Car Crash Trauma

Science explains that playing Tetris can potentially help the patient cope with trauma.

Chicago Mayor Rahm Emmanuel

Parenting  11 April '17

Chicago Mayor Faces Backlash After Proposing Revised High School Graduation Requirement

Mayor Rahm Emanuel gathered negative feedback after adding a college acceptance letter as part of the HS graduation requirement.

UK residents explain the trend of micro-dosing LSD.

Parenting  10 April '17

Why Some People Microdose On LSD For Breakfast

Understand the benefits of microdosing LSD and how it can impact a person's overall productivity.

Doctors Offer Drive-Thru Flu Shot Clinic

Parenting  10 April '17

Health Care Experts Released A Warning For A Possible Flu Pandemic

Health care experts announced a possible flu pandemic that may hit in humanity in the near future.

Smokers To Pay More For Cigarettes As Tobacco Tax Increases

Parenting  8 April '17

Death Related To Tobacco Smoking Increased In Four Countries

Cigarette smoking plays a significant factor in terms of death causes on major countries such as China, India, the United States and Russi.

Popular Smart Phone Apps Of 2016

Children  7 April '17

11-Year-Old-Boy Commits Suicide Following Social Media Prank

Tysen Benz died of suicide after a social media prank.

Publix First To Offer Free Antibiotics To Customers

Parenting  7 April '17

Study Claims Antibiotics Can Potentially Increase The Risk Of Bowel Cancer

Researchers pointed out the link between antibiotic consumption and bowel cancer.

Families Face Challenges To Provide Care For Brazil's Zika Babies

Moms  6 April '17

Zika Virus Related Birth Complications Are Still On The Rise

Zika virus cases continually increase despite the end of the outbreak.

Trump Hosts a Reception for US Senators

Pregnancy  5 April '17

Trump Administration Cuts Funds For A U.N. Family Planning Agency

Trump administration faced backlash after cutting funds for UNFPA .

Puerto Rico Battles Zika Virus

Pregnancy  5 April '17

Why The Wrongful Birth Law Debate Is Still On The Rise

The wrongful birth law in Texas is still under fire as lawmakers agreed on having it abolished.

YMCA Kindergarten In Jerusalem

Early Learning  5 April '17

Two-Year-Old Toddler Defies Racism With Doll Choice

Sophia was questioned by a Target employee as she chooses a doll that does not look like her.

An Aspirin A Day Could Prevent Both Heart Disease And Colon Cancer

Medicine  4 April '17

Low-Dose Asperin Can Reduce Cancer-Related Deaths

A study revealed that taking aspirin in low doses can potentially reduce cancer-related deaths.

 Studies Reveal That Birth Control and Contraceptives Can Potentially Place A Women At Risk Of Epilepsy

Fertility  15 January '17

Studies Reveal Birth Control And Contraceptives Can Potentially Place A Women At Risk Of Epilepsy

Studies reveal that women who are using contraceptives are being placed at risk of epilepsy.

Understanding The Social Anxiety And The Possible Treatments

Mind  15 January '17

Understanding Social Anxiety And Its Possible Treatments

Research reveal that cognitive therapy is one of the most effective sociophobia treatments.

Marijuana News: Older People Tend To Consume More Marijuana Compared To Their Younger Peers

Mind  15 January '17

Marijuana News: Older People Tend To Consume More Marijuana Compared To Their Younger Peers

More adults are said to be consuming more marijuana compared to their younger peers. Are they still after the benefits medical marijuana?

Understand The Long Term Effects Of Binge Drinking Among Teenagers And How It Impacts Their Future Children

Puberty  15 January '17

Understanding The Long Term Effects Of Binge Drinking Among Teenagers And How It Impacts Their Future Children

Studies suggest that binge drinking during your teenage years can after your children's brain capacity in the future.

Bed Time And Obesity: Research Reveals That Obesity Is Linked To Bed Time Routines During Preschool

Early Learning  15 January '17

Bed Time And Obesity: Research Reveals Obesity Is Linked To Bed Time Routines During Preschool

Researchers reveal that a preschooler's bedtime routine is linked to obesity.

Children Watch Television At Home

Behavior  14 January '17

Understanding The 'Super Hero Culture' And How It Negatively Impacts A Child's Behavior

Superheroes are often looked up to by the younger generation but studies reveal that these crime-fighting role models can turnout to do more harm than good.

Intervention Program For Minors Exposing Them To a adult Prison Caused Backlash

Behavior  13 January '17

Intervention Program Exposing Minors To Adult Prison Sparks Backlash

An intervention program designed for minors sending them to adult prison caused a backlash among parents.

Parenting Fun Facts: Why Do Women Carry Babies On The Left Side?

Family Life  12 January '17

Parenting Fun Facts: Why Do Women Carry Babies On The Left Side Of Their Bodies?

Experts were able to find an explanation as to why most women carry their babies on the left side of their bodies.

Be Informed: Expert Warn Parents About The 'Naturalness' Of Breastfeeding And The Possible Health Risks It Can Bring

Nutrition  12 January '17

Be Informed: Experts Warn Parents About 'Naturalness' Of Breastfeeding And Possible Health Risks It Can Bring

The naturalness of breastfeeding is said to influence a series of health risks that can place the child at risk.

Exploring The Mediterranean Diet And How It Delays Brain Shrinkage Among Seniors

Body  11 January '17

Exploring The Mediterranean Diet And How It Delays Brain Shrinkage Among Seniors

Studies reveal that the Mediterranean diet slows brain shrinkage among seniors,

Secure Attachment Parenting: Does It Develop By Nature Or Is It Motivated By Nurture?

Development  11 January '17

Secure Attachment Parenting: Does It Develop By Nature Or Is It Motivated By Nurture?

Experts finally shed light in regards to John Bowlby's theory of attachment. It was revealed that the said trait is being formed, and does not develop naturally.

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