Posts Tagged ‘expat kids’
Two studies in the U.S. have shown that children with “neglectful” parents are less active than those with engaged parents. The studies looked at different styles of parenting and whether they were associated with sedentary behaviour. Researchers found children who had parents who weren’t at home often and reported spending less time with their kids [...]
Evidence suggests that children who suffer sun damage at a young age have a higher risk of developing melanoma later in life. A group of scientists at the National CancerInstitute in Maryland found that young mice, whose skin was engineered to mimic human skin, developed melanoma as adults when exposed to UV radiation as young [...]
From the moment you decide to have a baby, the worry starts. I remember being nervous throughout my entire pregnancy, yet retaining the false hope that once the baby was born, I could relax. Boy was I wrong. It’s only after delivery that the real anxiety begins. And actually, it never ends. As our kids grow [...]
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