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Family Checkup: Positive Parenting Prevents Drug Abuse

The following five questions, developed by the Child and Family Center at the University of Oregon, highlight parenting … Read More »

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The perils of social media?

The analysis showed that people who report using seven to 11 social media platforms had more than three … Read More »

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Search Engines ‘Could Help Young People Find Best Mental Health Resources’

Search engines and content providers could have a role to play in helping young people find the most … Read More »

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Affection, Not Money, Key to Child Health

Growing up in a well-off home can benefit a child’s physical health even decades later, but a lack … Read More »

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Wellbeing Linked With When And How People Manage Emotions

Reframing how we think about a situation is a common strategy for managing our emotions, but a new … Read More »

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Today’s Kids Spend Too Much Time Staring At Screens

I admit we were naive. We didn’t quite get when computers entered their classrooms and their bedrooms (“the … Read More »

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Gaming And Porn Are Changing Men’s Brains

Leading American Psychologist Philip Zimbardo recently discussed how men are getting left behind. For the first time in … Read More »

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The Power Within Vulnerability

So many of us have been raised to believe we can’t show any weaknesses; so many of us … Read More »

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Being Lazy Could Mean You’re Highly Intelligent

Need a new excuse for binge watching Stranger Things and living off Uber Eats? Research published in the … Read More »

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Learning Styles Is Pseudo-scientific ‘Rubbish’, Experts Warn

Leading education academics have warned that the strategy of tailoring teaching to students’ so-called “learning styles” was based on flawed theories that … Read More »

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