Physical Punishment On Children For Misbehavior Could Be Counter Productive

Researchers from the University of Manitoba and of the Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario, wrote in the Canadian Medical Association Journal said, ‘Virtually without exception, these studies found that physical punishment like smacking, spank was associated with higher levels of aggression against parents, siblings, peers and spouses.’

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Women Who Worry A Lot Are Less Likely To Give Birth To Baby Boys

Under stress women are more likely to have baby girls than boys, experts say.
Prospective parents hoping to have a son and heir should just relax and worried women are less likely to give birth to baby boys as research suggests.

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More TV Viewing Than Reading Noted Among Children

It has been reported that among children of school age, 50 percent read 4 minutes a day or less; 30 percent read 2 minutes a day or less and 10 percent read nothing.

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Many Parents Never Play Along Video Games With Their Kids

More than four in ten or forty three percent (43%), many parents whose young children play video or computer games never play along with them, according to an Associated Press AOL Games Poll.

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