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Tag Archives: Mental Health
Beating Your Kids Increases Their Risk of Mental Illness – Study
Children who are pushed, grabbed, shoved, slapped or hit are more likely to be diagnosed with mental illness. Just one more reason to embrace alternative forms of discipline. By Bonnie Rochman What if we, as a society, could cut down on … Continue reading
Posted in Brain, Brain Sciences, Depression, EC Health, ECD, Health, Psychology, Science Tagged Brain, Child behaviour, Child Health, Childhood, Cognitive Science, Early Childhood Development, Mental Health, Psychology 1 Comment
Shandur Polo Festival 2012 – The Highest Polo ground on Heart of Earth
Every July, the Shandur Pass in northern Pakistan is the setting for a polo festival played to rules eight hundred years old on what is, perhaps,the highest polo ground in the world.(Shandur Polo Festival – July 7 to 9) During the … Continue reading
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Malaria Kills 1.2 Million Annually, Double Previous Estimates
Approximately 1.2 million humans die each year from malaria, a much higher figure than the previously estimated 600,000 By Christian Nordqvist The number of people who died annually from malaria between 1980 and 2010 rose from 1 million to 1.8 million … Continue reading
Going through some Hard times may make people Strong
The number of adverse experiences may determine whether someone becomes more resilient and better able to handle what life throws at him or her. By Jeannine Stein During the holidays people can experience an enormous amount of stress, even more … Continue reading
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Ways to Inflate Your IQ
Your Intelligence Level Can Fluctuate, Studies Show; Battling the Post-Vacation Dip By Sue ShellenBarger Many people think of IQ as a genetic trait, like brown eyes or short legs: You’re born with it and you’re stuck with it. Now, … Continue reading
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Article: Disability is not a Curse.
December 3 was observed as the International Disability Day. Wheel Chair is not a curse and it shouldn’t be taken as a disgrace to Life. Article By Kashif Qureshi It was just another day at work. I was enjoying my coffee and looking … Continue reading
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