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Volume #2   Issue #17

ISSN: 0219-7642    June 18, 2004

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There is a good feature article and plenty of good news articles to keep you busy this week. Make sure you read the article "Every day is a father's day". And to all the fathers out there, Happy Father's Day.  Take care!

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Parents driven by fear of failure

Many worry kids won't be able to compete in future.......

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Every day is Father's day
USA Today June 14, 2004

.....In some ways, Joe Hirsch represents the small but significant number of American men who are redefining fatherhood in the 21st century. Some have given up a day job to care for one or more children at home....


Free the children
Toronto Star Jun 12, 2004

Once, kids had lots of unstructured time and freedom for fun and creativity. Today, their lives are too filled up.


Is your toddler a slow talker?
The Charlotte Observer June 14, 2004

When your 18-month-old speaks fewer than 10 words, your 2-year-old uses no two-word combinations, or your 3-year-old's speech is unintelligible, should you worry? Is the child merely a slow talker, or does he or she have a speech or language disorder in need of evaluation and therapy?


Austism linked to birth problems
WebMDHealth June 8, 2004

Autism is linked to problems at birth, new data show. Kids who later develop autism tend to have more birth complications than normal kids do. The findings come from Emma J. Glasson, PhD, University of Western Australia, and colleagues. 

 


Experts speak out against notion of letting babies cry
MercuryNews.com June 16, 2004

"The more we know about brain development, the more we know that when a mother is not responsive, it's linked to (poor) cognitive development and social behavior," Leach says. "The hazard is of a child with too little conviction that he is really loved, as in unconditional love. If you don't respond to him when he cries, he comes to distrust the validity of his own feelings and your willingness to respond to them."


Toddlers who use a computer develop better learning skills than toddlers who do not
Medical News Today Jun 7, 2004

According to researchers in the US, toddlers who use a computer develop better learning skills than other toddlers who do not use a computer. Researchers studied 122 children, aged 3-5 years. The kids who used a computer three to four times a week got better scores on a test aimed at gauging school readiness and cognitive development.


Summer heat should not stifle a love of reading
The Katy Times June 15, 2004

Constant mental inactivity can cause children to forget much of the knowledge acquired during the previous nine months according to Librarian Charity Jones of the Harris County Library Maud Marks branch. On the other hand, she said consistent reading broadens their linguistic ability...


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