May 26, 2023; Unhurry Expert Research Team Recurring stress can trigger insulin resistance, hypertension, and abdominal fat deposition; glucose elevation is the cause of this
Category: Children’s Health
Including Well-being Science In Curriculum Can Reduce Student Stress
May 26, 2023; Unhurry Expert Research Team Studying well-being science as part of their courses could improve how today’s students cope with the barrage of
How To Make Your Brain Age Proof
May 10, 2023; Unhurry Expert Research Team Yoga makes your brain work better. With its emphasis on breathing practices and meditation—both of which help calm
Music Therapy Helps Autism, Says Research
In music therapy with children with autism, therapists try to transfer principles from early interaction processes by making music that is specifically tailored to the child’s sounds, movements, postures, and affect. This should allow for moments of synchronization and attunement.
Childhood Exposure To Air Pollution Linked To Poor Mental Health
Childhood exposure to air pollution, such as nitrogen oxides and fine particulate matter, is a risk factor for mental illness at age 18. It is less of a factor than family history, but equal to lead, according to a new study.
Returning To Work After A Baby? Check For Postpartum
Up to 1 in 5 women in the postpartum period will experience a mental health disorder like postpartum depression or generalized anxiety disorder.
How Sleep Helps Teens Deal With Social Stress
Understanding how sleep helps adolescents negotiate social challenges may consequently elucidate how promoting sleep may improve adolescent adjustment during high school and beyond.
How Learning Cooking As An Adolescent Improves Long-Term Health
The impact of developing cooking skills early in life may not be apparent until later in adulthood when individuals have more opportunity and responsibility for meal preparation.
FDA Approves New Drug Treatment for Chronic Weight Management
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration approved Wegovy (semaglutide) injection (2.4 mg once weekly) for chronic weight management in adults with obesity or overweight.
Here’s Why We Should Encourage Children To Reduce Their Time On Digital Devices
Findings suggest that using devices as a way to appease agitated children may especially be problematic to those who already struggle with emotional coping skills.
ASK ME: WHAT CAN WE DO TO FEEL LESS STRESSED WITH OUR 2- YR OLD CHILD WITH DOWN SYNDROME?
Every family has their stresses and challenges to deal with, but when you have a child with Down syndrome, things look a little different. That makes it even more important to accept help, and to pay attention to your own needs.
Children With Autism Face Higher Risk Of Eating Disorders, Study Finds
People with autism and eating disorders may need a different approach towards treatment.
Filling Half Of Kids’ Plates With Fruits And Veggies Helps Increase Consumption
Serving fruits and vegetables as a first course or snacks when kids are hungry can boost their intake, as can incorporating them into mixed dishes.
Introducing Lifestyle Interventions In Pre-School Lowers Heart Disease Risk
Implementing school-based programs aimed at teaching healthy cardiovascular health habits as early as preschool can achieve lasting lifestyle changes in children.
School Gardens Linked With Kids Eating More Vegetables
A lot of the families in these schools live with food insecurity.