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Physical Development of Children by Dr. Anshu Gupta Patient Expert Posted Tue 02 Jun 2009 4:40pm Physical Development Select the month to view normal range of height and weight of your baby: Continue... Read on »
Benefits Of Organic Food Consumption On Physical And Cognitive Development by Len S. Patient Expert Posted Wed 25 Jun 2014 3:00pm Benefits Of Organic Food Consumption On Physical And Cognitive Development, a new report created by Kendra Wright on the site Vkool.com uncovers to readers advantages and disadvantages of organic foods. In the first part of this report, people will discover some benefits of growing organic foods such as: * Organic produce contains fewer p ... Read on »
Physical fitness boosts memory, brain development in children by Dr. John Z. Medical Doctor Posted Wed 15 Sep 2010 12:00am Illinois.edu - Researchers have found an association between physical fitness and the brain in 9- and 10-year-old children: Those who are more fit tend to have a bigger hippocampus and perform better on a test of memory than their less-fit peer ... Read on »
Exercise or Not? Does physical activity encourage new neuron development in the brain? by Mom-n-Me Posted Sat 21 May 2011 8:43am 05/21/2011 By ~ Sandy Leave a Comment For decades scientists would not believe that new neurons could be formed in the brain. The standard belief was that if you lost or damaged neurons in the brain, the damage was done. Neurons could not be replaced. But now, “The molecular and cellular details expl ... Read on »
Physical Activity and Nature Cure by Dr. Anshu Gupta Patient Expert Posted Tue 02 Jun 2009 4:40pm Yoga & Nature Cure India has a glorious history. Our ancestors have made several invaluable contributions for the welfare of mankind. Yoga is also one of them. "PatanjalaYoga Sutra" is a universally accepted treatise on the subject wherein Yoga has been defined as the control of modifications of Mind. The control of Mind invariably involv ... Read on »
Physical Fitness for the Whole Family by Broccoli Cupcake Posted Mon 03 Oct 2011 7:28am Today’s post is a guest contribution from Dan Gilbert, on behalf of Primrose Schools.  As colder weather approaches I’m already worried about how I’ll keep up our current level of daily physical activity when we can’t get outside as much.  I enjoyed Dan’s article and the reminders on just how important it is for us to find ways to be active as ... Read on »
Are we intelligent about developing human intelligence? by Alvaro F. Healthy Living Professional Posted Thu 13 Jun 2013 7:13am When it comes to our understanding of human intelligence, for too long, there has been a mismatch between theory and practice. Theoretically, the two main threads running through definitions of intelligence have been (a) adaptation to the environment, and (b) the cognitive, affective, and volitional characteristics that enable that adaptation ... Read on »
Developing Some Ball Sense by Lian Patient Expert Posted Tue 26 Aug 2008 4:40pm What do you see in the picture above? A plastic bottle and a ball? You know what my kids see in the picture above? A bat and a ball. An opportunity to PLAY! That's what KokoD has been occupying himself (and me) with the last few days. He would ask me to throw the ball and he would bat it with the bottle. I believe c ... Read on »
The Parent’s Role In Child Development Programs by Len S. Patient Expert Posted Sun 01 Dec 2013 7:00pm It’s no secret that a child’s education plays a significant role in her development during early childhood and is a determining factor in her success as an adult. Helping young children to acquire the skills they need to progress and develop along the prescribed timeline is one of a parent’s most important jobs. Understanding the role that pa ... Read on »
Bones and Muscles Strengthened in Teenager By Physical Activity by Dr. J. Mariano Anto Bruno M. Medical Doctor Posted Sat 18 Oct 2008 2:47am A new study has proved that to boost bone and muscle strength, all teenagers need to do are warm-ups like jumping and skipping. Reports claim that even a short duration of such activity can work wonders. According to researchers, high impact activities that can easily be incorporated into warm-ups before sports and physical education clas ... Read on »