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Diagnosis Guidelines May Be Inadequate To Help Clinicians Detect Viable Pregnancies Thought To Be Miscarriages
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Study on importance of gender-specific parents in child rearing
In the last year, celebrities ranging from Bill O’Reily and Sara Palin to Tori Spelling and Mackenzie Phillips gained further notoriety by publishing tell-all memoirs. There is a seemingly universal impulse to share our life stories, yet few of us gain recognition for doing so. But what if the mere act of writing our story was enough to satisfy our longing? The process itself --- with all of its joy, victory, loss, and pain - could be transformed into an honest self-analysis, resolution of long-festering conflicts, and achievement of greater personal happiness.
Findings Suggest Abuse Is a Risk Factor for Chronic Headache
Celebrities’ marital transgressions make headlines news for weeks while marital triumphs are rarely reported with such fervor. It’s become common for American audiences to see failed marriages as the norm in the absence of successful models. “The best way to understand how to make a marriage a success is to study successful marriage,” emphasize long-time spouses and marriage experts Drs. Charles and Elizabeth Schmitz. Following their own advice, the couple spent twenty-six years in six continents researching the pervasive characteristics present in all successful marriages. In the process, they demystified the simple tools required to make any marriage work.
Good Looking People More Socially Connected in Urban Areas
An inspired read written by one of the most well-known and high-profile media personalities in Asia today. Few Asian journalists have the international profile of May Lee.
Low-Income Mothers Still Marry Despite Relationship-based Distrust Issues
Family Support a Factor in Decision to Return Home for Homeless Adolescents
Bonds with Pets Have Unrivaled Therapeutic Benefits
A study published in an upcoming issue of The Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry show that heavy criticism from a parent can increase aggressive behavior in some children
Study shows gender typing is a factor in management positions
New study from the Journal of Marriage and Family Sheds on Relationship Between Marriage and Welfare
Healthy Levels of Folate in Pregnant Women May Prevent ADHD
Family-based Therapy and Solutions Needed to Prevent Damage from Problem Gambling
EARLY INTERVENTION GAMES: Fun, Joyful Ways to Develop Social and Motor Skills in Children with Autism Spectrum or Sensory Processing Disorders
According to a recent press release from the CDC, the number of children with autism spectrum disorders is now as high as 1 in 100. With well over a half a million American children estimated to be affected, there’s a growing need for resources to address their unique challenges quickly and effectively.
A Violent Childhood Affects Adult, Romantic Relationship Dynamics
Parental Depression Linked to Lack of Social and Community Support
FEEDING BABY GREEN: The Earth Friendly Program for Healthy, Safe Nutrition During Pregnancy, Childhood, and Beyond
What if you could teach your baby healthy eating habits before he or she even left the womb? What if you could provide nourishment to your toddler that’s both nutritionally and environmentally sound? And what if you could influence the types of food your child will crave and choose into adulthood? Not only is it possible to teach nutritional intelligence to young children, but, as Dr. Alan Greene asserts, it’s also imperative that parents capitalize on this small window of opportunity to shape their tastes.
Science and sociology have made great strides in understanding what makes us happy and how we achieve it. For working mothers who face endless demands at home and in the office, WHAT HAPPY WORKING MOTHERS KNOW (Wiley; Hardcover; $19.95; September 2009) provides scientifically proven and practical ways to find the right balance and replace stress with happiness.
Is it possible to use evolutionary algorithms to create touring plans that can save up to 4.5 hours of waiting in line per day? How about using a technological optimization program that determines which of the admissions options is the best suited for a particular visitor?