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Children With TVs in Their Bedrooms More Likely to Be Overweight or Obese by 11, Study Finds - Newsweek

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Children With TVs in Their Bedrooms More Likely to Be Overweight or Obese by 11, Study Finds
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Children who have TVs in their bedroom by the age of 7 are far more likely to be overweight or obese by the age of 11, scientists have found in a major study of childhood obesity. Researchers learned that girls were 30 percent more likely to be ...
TVs in the bedroom linked to childhood obesity, study finds | Society ...The Guardian
TVs in children's bedrooms linked to increase in child obesity, study findsRT
TV in bedrooms increases the risk of child obesityThe Times (subscription)
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6 vital things parents need to know about student loans - USA TODAY

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6 vital things parents need to know about student loans
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To be eligible, you must be the biological or adoptive parent and your child must be enrolled at least half-time at a qualifying school. Both you and your child need to be U.S. citizens or eligible noncitizens. Unlike other forms of federal loans ...
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Athletes with ADHD may risk more injuries - 6abc.com

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Athletes with ADHD may risk more injuries
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Dr. Borcher says, "If we do have more student athletes than we might have expected in contact sports, we need to understand the challenges those athletes may have with ADHD, and how we can better support them so they're successful in that sport."

How I learned to understand and support my introverted child - Washington Post

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How I learned to understand and support my introverted child
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I have learned to read their body language to know if I am invading their space — to take a step back from what I need and respect what they need. [Your introverted child ... This choice of space and quiet time needs to be respected by parents and ...

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Risky smartphone apps - CBS This Morning - CBS News - CBS News

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Risky smartphone apps - CBS This Morning - CBS News
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Nearly three-fourths of American teenagers own smartphones — many filled with social media apps. Thirty-one percent of teens are connected to friends they ...

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Kids & Families First: Honoring the Needs of Your Spirited Child - Freepress Online

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Kids & Families First: Honoring the Needs of Your Spirited Child
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Eben's like many misunderstood children. He's temperamentally challenging, requiring special understanding to manage and support his more “spirited” behavior (behavior being your clue to what's at the emotional root). His activity level is higher than ...

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Moms and Dads: Let's Turn All Those Can'ts into Can-Dos - ADDitude

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Moms and Dads: Let's Turn All Those Can'ts into Can-Dos
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Kids with ADHD deserve the same childhood experiences and opportunities as any other kid. It may take accommodations or special circumstances, but you must not limit them based on your assumptions of what ADHD prevents them from succeeding in.

ADHD Parents' Medication Guide: What You Need to Know - ADDitude - ADDitude

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ADHD Parents' Medication Guide: What You Need to Know - ADDitude
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Everything you need to know to help your child find the right ADHD medication — by learning how medications work, monitoring their effectiveness, and knowing ...
Rate of drug use for kids with ADHD varies wildly from state to state ...9news.com.au
ADHD prescription rates under spotlightNEWS.com.au
ADHD drugs in Melbourne: Large postcode difference in prescribing ...Herald Sun

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New partnership with Khan Academy designed to expand 'personalized learning' in the classroom - EdSource

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New partnership with Khan Academy designed to expand 'personalized learning' in the classroom
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In establishing relationships with several county offices of education in Southern California, the Khan Academy is hoping to expand its already large footprint in the world of personalized learning to make its online resources a more formal part of the ...

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Powered up parenting: protecting kids in a tech world - WRDW-TV

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Powered up parenting: protecting kids in a tech world
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He says the most important step a parent can take is to talk to their children. "We keep the lines of communication open I try to let them know it's not that I don't trust them it's other people that we don't know that are not good," Wood said. She ...

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