The American Academy of Pediatrics tackles youth football injuries With football remaining one of the most popular sports for children and teens, the American Academy of Pediatrics is issuing new recommendations to improve the safety of all players while on the field.
Pupils learn poorly when using most computer programs “Most digital learning tools used in schools are unsatisfactory and only test the knowledge the pupils already have”, says Björn Sjödén, who has reviewed a large number of computer programs in his doctoral thesis “What Makes Good Educational Software?”
Obese children's health rapidly improves with sugar reduction unrelated to calories Reducing consumption of added sugar has the power to reverse a cluster of chronic metabolic diseases in children in as little as 10 days
Limited use of general anesthesia with an infant does not cause developmental problems for the child. Limited use of general anesthesia with an infant does not cause developmental problems for the child, an international team of researchers is reporting. The study is the largest of its kind and the first randomized study to compare whether general anesthesia in infancy has any effect on neurodevelopmental outcome.