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Parents Daily News Roundup

Friday, September 28th, 2012

Goody Blog Daily News Roundup

Preschoolers Use Scientific Reasoning, Study Says
A review article in the journal Science sums up a swath of research suggesting that preschoolers can make deductions about cause and effect, infer preferences and test hypotheses. (via CNN)

Possible Link Between Infants’ Regulatory Behaviors and Maternal Mental Health
It is believed that maternal anxiety and depression can influence the child’s capacity to self-regulate, but infant problems can also exaggerate parental mental health issues. (via Science Daily)

U.S. Is Tightening Web Privacy Rule to Shield Young
Federal regulators are about to take the biggest steps in more than a decade to protect children’s privacy online. (via New York Times)

Researchers Investigate Aggression Among Kindergartners
Not all aggressive children are aggressive for the same reasons, according to researchers, who found that some kindergartners who are aggressive show low verbal abilities while others are more easily physiologically aroused. The findings suggest that different types of treatments may be needed to help kids with different underlying causes for problem behavior. (via Science Daily)

Physical Activity Interventions for Children Have ‘Little Impact’, Study Suggests
Physical activity interventions for children have small impact on overall activity levels and consequently the body fat and mass of children, a study suggests. (via Science Daily)

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Daily News Roundup

Wednesday, April 13th, 2011

Kerry, McCain offer bill to protect Web users’ privacy rights
Senate lawmakers introduced an Internet privacy bill on Tuesday that would create first-time rules for Facebook, Google and other Web firms that thrive by collecting information about users. (Washington Post)

Omega-3s May Cut Risk of Postpartum Depression
April 11, 2011 — Eating fatty fish or other foods rich in healthy omega-3 fatty acids during pregnancy may help lower your risk of developing symptoms commonly seen in postpartum depression, a small study suggests. (Web M.D.)

Mom kept meds from cancer-ridden autistic son
A Massachusetts mother has been convicted of attempted murder for withholding cancer medications from her autistic son. The jury also found Kristen LaBrie, of Salem, guilty of reckless child endangerment, and assault and battery. (CBS News)

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