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More books, better grades: Parents hope for improving resolutions

More books, better grades: Parents hope for improving resolutions

One in five (19 percent) parents of children under the age of 18 will be encouraging them to make a New Year’s resolution. Moms (23 percent) are more likely to want to steer their children towards making a resolution than their dads (15 percent) and much more likely than the men to hope for a resolution to improve behavior at home (21 percent women, 13 percent men).

Kids choose at one of country's largest restaurants: the school cafeteria

Kids choose at one of country's largest restaurants: the school cafeteria

More than meals: How school cafeterias teach nutrition, too. This guided independence in the lunch line provides an important sense of empowerment for students as well as a chance to develop healthy eating habits for home.

Playing violent video games related to depression in preadolescent youth

Playing violent video games related to depression in preadolescent youth

Preadolescent youth who play violent video games for a significant amount of time each day are at greater risk for depression, according to research from The University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston (UTHealth) released Monday in Cyberpsychology, Behavior and Social Networking.

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