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Welcome to InfoMedSearch Child Health and Learning
The InfoMedSearch Child Health and Learning site focuses on the influence of health, medical diseases and conditions, and the environment on child learning. We have selected medical topics related to these issues from our InfoMedSearch.com site and have grouped them here for the convenience of educators, parents, physicians, and students. We have also added to this site a few topics listed under Health - Environment and Learning: Bullying, Classroom Environment, General Information, Guidelines, Healthy Childhood, Internet Sites, Online - Electronic Environment, and Teaching Methods.
As with our InfoMedSearch.com InfoMedLinks, we provide InfoMedLinks Child Health and Learning (the navigation bar on the left), where we search the Internet, read articles, and select links for these medical-health learning related topics and their sub-categories.
Our InfoMedLinks Child Health and Learning located on this page are freely accessible. To view only the most recent month of selected articles, we provide a free Monthly Online Newsletter. The newsletter is an excellent way of keeping updated with the most recent news, articles, and journal articles for these topics.
The sections below contain featured medical-health article links from our InfoMedSearch Child Health and Learning:
Featured Child Health and Learning
'Boys Will Be Boys' in U.S., but Not in Asia “Low self-regulation in preschool has been linked to difficulties in adulthood, so increased focused on supporting young boys' development can have long-term positive benefits."
The prevalence of bullying and cyberbullying in high school: a 2011 survey. (Int J Adolesc Med Health. 2013)
Classroom Environment/Teaching Methods.
Environmental Health and Contaminants
Childhood aerobic fitness predicts cognitive performance one year later. (J Sports Sci. 2012)
Eating the right amount of fish: Inverted U-shape association between fish consumption and cognitive performance and academic achievement in Dutch adolescents. (Prostaglandins Leukot Essent Fatty Acids. 2012)
Child Patient Safety
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