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Pesticides and Childhood Brain Cancer - a Link

<a href="/articles/pesticides-and-childhood-brain-cancer-a-link">Pesticides and Childhood Brain Cancer - a Link</a>

Parents who call in pest controllers to get rid of termites in the year before pregnancy are twice as likely to have a child with a brain tumour, according to a national study. The study on links between pesticides and childhood brain cancer, led by Telethon Institute for Child Health Research Professor Elizabeth Milne, revealed parental exposure in the home in the year before conception and during pregnancy were associated with a bigger risk of their child developing a brain tumour. Read full article

Junk Food Linked to Young Children’s Mental Health Problems

<a href="/articles/junk-food-linked-to-young-children%E2%80%99s-mental-health-problems">Junk Food Linked to Young Children’s Mental Health Problems</a>

Researchers at Deakin University recently published research linking poor diet in pregnant women and in their young children, with children’s higher levels of behavioural and emotional problems. The investigators studied the diets of over 23,000 pregnant women and their children, and concluded after a five year follow-up, that early exposure to what is commonly known as ‘junk food’, increases the risk of poor mental health. Read full article

Pregnancy Rollercoaster - Will Everything be Okay?

<a href="/blogs/lynnjenkins/2012/10/08/pregnancy-rollercoaster-will-everything-be-okay">Pregnancy Rollercoaster - Will Everything be Okay?</a>

My youngest child recently celebrated his first birthday. Being the third child he has always had to fit in with the schedule of the other two as well as us, so naturally his first birthday was shared with the big soccer presentation day. It was a very busy day, kick-started with balloons and present opening ...as I always do on my kids' birthdays reflected on his birth – the order of events, how I felt when he was born, etc. But I also found myself revisiting feelings of being very thankful that he was here with us, because my pregnancy with him hit some bumps along the way. At the beginning of it, I honestly thought he was gone. Read full article

Thursday 20 January 2011 Latest Parenting and Education News

<a href="/blogs/yvettevignando/2011/01/20/thursday-20-january-2011-latest-parenting-and-education-news">Thursday 20 January 2011 Latest Parenting and Education News</a>

Thursday 20 January 2011 - Links to Latest Parenting and Education news: Cyberbully Gets Jail Time ~ Caring for Child with Disability ~ Telling a Son He is Lazy ~ Parenting Programs but Not For All ~ Sperm Donor Children's Stories ~ Documentary on Bullying ~ Competitive Birth Stories Read full article