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I'm Worried My Child Has ADHD. What Can You Tell Me About the Disorder? - U.S. News & World Report

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I'm Worried My Child Has ADHD. What Can You Tell Me About the Disorder?
U.S. News & World Report
According to the American Psychiatric Association, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, or ADHD, is one of most common mental disorders among children. Approximately 5 percent of children have this disorder, which often leads to disruptions at ...

9 apps parents need to see - Cleveland 19 News

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9 apps parents need to see
Cleveland 19 News
The video of a melee at the I-X Center amusement park isn't amusing at all. It's downright disturbing. Even more troubling is that teens were able to use social media to organize the fight via Snapchat, even creating a post after this fight for another ...
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Tips for talking to your children about puberty - Las Vegas Sun

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Tips for talking to your children about puberty
Las Vegas Sun
In general, children begin puberty around 9 years old. Girls usually start earlier than boys, perhaps as early as age 8, while boys often reach puberty at 10 to 12. Some children may begin puberty slower, and won't start until 13 or 14. Puberty ...

Don't fear the EpiPen (even if it's someone else's child) - The Chicago Cusader

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Don't fear the EpiPen (even if it's someone else's child)
The Chicago Cusader
One in 13 children in the U.S. has a food allergy, according to Food Allergy Research and Education (FARE). Children with severe food allergies are often prescribed an EpiPen – a pen-like device that lets you inject a single dose of epinephrine at the ...

Learning Myths And Realities From Brain Science : NPR Ed : NPR - NPR

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Learning Myths And Realities From Brain Science : NPR Ed : NPR
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A new survey shows widespread misconceptions and unfounded confidence about learning.

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Nonadherence to ADHD Medication in Adolescents Transitioning Into College - Medical News Bulletin

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Nonadherence to ADHD Medication in Adolescents Transitioning Into College
Medical News Bulletin
Nonadherence to ADHD medication in adolescents, especially during their transition to college, can have significant repercussions on academic performance and long-term goals. In a recent study, published in the Journal of Adolescent Health, 10 freshmen ...

Wheezing Other Than Asthma - Should Your Child See a Doctor

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Wheezing Other Than Asthma Should Your Child See A Doctor?
Seattle Children’s Hospital
Symptoms, When to Call Doctor, Care Advice for Mild Wheezing...
 

Teachers must ditch 'neuromyth' of learning styles, say scientists

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Eminent academics from worlds of neuroscience, education and psychology voice concerns over popularity of method learning styles
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            Eminent academics from worlds of neuroscience, education and psychology voice concerns over popularity of method learning styles
             

            

Experts warn against teaching to learning styles in K-12 - Education Dive

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Experts warn against teaching to learning styles in K-12
Education Dive
Teaching to students' learning styles is ineffective, not backed by evidence and should be abandoned, say leading experts in education and psychology. Thirty such experts recently signed a letter to the Guardian criticizing the practice of teaching to ...

10 Times When I Had To Step Back & Let My Toddler Figure It Out - Romper

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10 Times When I Had To Step Back & Let My Toddler Figure It Out
Romper
My mom was seriously cramping my instant gratification game. Eventually, I did learn that patience is a virtue, and it turns out the “wait and see” approach has significantly informed my parenting. Honestly, I'm really grateful for the times I had to ...

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