Archives for 2008 - Page 2

Kids Learn Social Skills Online

Although many parents worry about the amount of time today’s kids spend texting, chatting, blogging, gaming and Facebooking, new research suggests parents should “chill out.” Rather than fear the...
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Pets Relieve College Stress

Research has already shown that pets can improve the quality of life for people who are aging or those who are chronically ill. Now, researchers at Ohio State University...
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Brain and Behavior

New Insight on Parkinson’s

Parkinson disease is a neurodegenerative disorder that impairs movement, balance, speech, and other functions. It is characterized by the loss of nerves in the brain that produce a substance...
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Advocacy and Policy

Managing Teen Sexual Risk

As every parent knows, some teenagers take more risks than others. As such, authorities sought to determine if youth involved with nonsexual risk behaviors were more likely to pursue...
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