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  • Apr 23, Prenatal learning: Do "pregnancy foods" affect babies' eating habits?
    on April 23, 2018 at 7:39 pm

    Babies learn about flavors even before they are born.For instance, studies suggest that a prenatal diet rich in fruits and vegetables may make babies more positively-inclined to try these foods when they are older.And babies exposed to alcohol prenatally may develop a liking for its odor. Read more in this up-to-date review of the evidence. […]

  • Apr 16, Flavors in breast milk: Can babies taste what their mothers ate for lunch?
    on April 16, 2018 at 7:58 pm

    Flavors in breast milk is a real thing.Your baby probably isn't mulling it over with the vocabulary of a foodie, but the basic notion isn't far-fetched. A mother's diet really can affect the taste of her milk, and babies don't just notice these flavors. They also respond to them. Here's how we know. […]

  • Apr 12, Help researchers study the effects of smart phones on parent - child relationships
    on April 12, 2018 at 10:56 pm

    Researchers at the University of Sutherland are looking for volunteers to take their survey. Read more about it here. […]

  • Apr 4, Postpartum depression symptoms: When is it more than the "baby blues"?
    on April 4, 2018 at 9:32 pm

    Postpartum depression symptoms overlap with symptoms of the "baby blues," the mood swings that mothers experience in the first few days after childbirth.But when symptoms persist beyond two weeks -- or take a more severe turn -- it's time to get screened for depression. […]

  • Mar 28, Violent video games: Do they have any negative effects on kids?
    on March 28, 2018 at 7:10 pm

    The research on video games doesn't lend itself to easy conclusions, nor does it support extreme views.On the one hand, there is no convincing evidence that playing these games leads kids to commit serious acts of violence.On the other hand, there is evidence that violent games have short term effects on behavior, and there is still a lot we don't know.There are different types and degrees of violence, and it's reasonable to think that these differences may have different effects on players. But studies often lump together a variety of games, which makes it hard for us to know which, if any, are especially problematic. […]

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