Mindfulness is growing in popularity just about everywhere. Parenting and early childhood settings are no exception. There is good reason for this enthusiasm. Mindfulness has been used with adults to reduce stress, bolster overall health and psychological functioning, and assist a return to wellness following adversity. We are learning that mindfulness may also support healthy adult-child relationships.
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Digital citizenship is "the norms of appropriate, responsible technology use," and helps kids learn to be smart and safe in their use of mobile devices and social media. Get tips on teaching kids to avoid cyberbullying, sexting, and more in this growing digital world.
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Curious about where you come from? Genetic testing kits can help you dig into your ancestry and family heritage. CNET has assessed popular DNA services to show you which provide the information you want most.
Foxconn made headlines when it announced plans to build a $10 billion plant in Racine County, Wisconsin. Now, the Taiwanese tech giant has sights set on improving healthcare for the 13,000 employees who will work at the facility.
Researchers in Australia have developed a pinpointed method of delivering medicine to cancerous cells with nanobubbles that are activated by x-rays. The team published its study online July 13 in Nature Communications.
The Department of Veterans Affairs recently named Genevieve Morris, the principal deputy national coordinator for HHS, as the leader of the Office of Electronic Health Record Modernization (OEHRM). The VA announced the decision July 12.
Social Security too often pays benefits to people by mistake. In this case, 6-year-old Dylan wasn’t supposed to receive a child survivor benefit based on his deceased mom’s record. Yet Social Security has a rule – if it pays us benefits due to their mistake, it’s our mistake and we have to repay.