What is good for the body... is good for the brain!
Often when we hear the term "healthy" we generally think in terms of our body. However, realizing the positive impact healthy habits have on our brains and the dramatic effect they have on children can make an remarkable difference.
Children who are persistently aggressive, defiant, and explosive by the time they’re in Nursery very often have tumultuous relationships with their parents from early on. A new study suggests that a cycle involving parenting styles and hostility between mothers and toddlers could be the key.
The study was done by researchers at the University of Minnesota and appears in the journal Child Development.
At this age, kids can experience a wide-range of feelings, often with an intensity that can be frightening and overwhelming to them. Their feelings can literally be bigger than they are. The only problem is, they can have a hard time communicating the feelings to us.
A systematic review of previous studies suggests that there may be a positive relationship between physical activity and the academic performance of children, according to a report in the January issue of Archives of Pediatrics & Adolescent...
Are we born with a sense of morality? Or is ethical awareness something we arrive at only as we age? Like nature versus nurture, this is a question so loaded it's become a philosophical exercise as much as a basis for scientific inquiry.
In truth, all parents need support. That's why the ancient adage, "It takes a village to raise a child," has stuck over the years. Far from indicating failure, asking for help is actually a sign of courage and strength.
Research shows the quality and amount of sleep not only affects our moods, it also influences our mental sharpness, productivity, creativity, physical activity level, and also weight. Sleep provides all of these benefits... and it feels so good!
With any temperament, respond to your baby’s cues, subtle or overt. Tailor your parenting to your baby and react to her needs in a consistent way. For a baby with a slow to warm up, difficult, or mixed temperament, focus on how to present new things.
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