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- All you need to know about nature deficit disorder In an interview with Dr Ross Cameron of the department of landscape at Sheffield University in England for the BBC the symptoms of Nature Deficit Disorder (NDD) are described well and antidotes are offered. All you need to know about nature deficit disorder
- Learning To Ride A Unicycle May Be The Answer To Surviving Puberty This article has more to do with experience than specific research and has to do more with the soul health of early pubescent and self-conscious youngsters, but it might prove helpful to read. Learning To Ride A Unicycle May Be The Answer To Surviving Puberty
- Screentime Is Making Kids Moody, Crazy and Lazy Screens for Children? Not a very healthful idea! Read this. https://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/mental-wealth/201508/screentime-is-making-kids-moody-crazy-and-lazy
- Homework is wrecking our kids Homework? NOT! Conclusive evidence against the use of homework in children’s lives. Read the report here: http://www.salon.com/2016/03/05/homework_is_wrecking_our_kids_the_research_is_clear_lets_ban_elementary_homework/
- Screen Time and ADHD Research links the increase in ADHD to screen preoccupation. You can read about this research here; http://learningbreakthrough.com/learning-breakthrough-blog/screen-time-adhd/
- Screentime Is Making Kids Moody, Crazy and Lazy Excellent article on the Psychology Today website about the effects of excessive ‘screentime’ for children. Read “Screentime Is Making Kids Moody, Crazy and Lazy“
- Small screens mess with children’s sleep, study finds A new study reveals that screens of any kind (even small screens) interfere with sound sleep for children. Fourth and seventh graders participated in a study on obesity in which this reality became evident. It is not only the distraction of it, it is the emissions! Read on…
- Study: Hiking Makes You Happier No surprises here but wonderful verification. Hiking makes us happy, reduces stress, and boosts our sense of well-being (‘sense of life’ in Waldorf terms!). Read the post here.
- Dr. Stephanie Seneff, MIT on Vaccines and Roundup Dr. Stephanie Seneff, MIT Senior Research Fellow, identifies a link between autism and the Gyphosate in Montsanto’s Roundup, predicting 1 in 2 children with autism by 2025 if the rate at which autism is appearing continues. She further links autism to vaccines because of the toxins used in them, made more dangerous because of the ...
- The Effect of Attending Steiner Schools during Childhood on Health in Adulthood This recent, exploratory research from the Institute for Social Medicine, Epidemiology and Health Economics, Charité University Medical Center, Berlin, Germany, demonstrates that health for life is better in Waldorf graduates than in a control group used for comparison. http://www.plosone.org/article/info:doi/10.1371/journal.pone.0073135
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