Tag Archive for Children

Improving Children’s Eating Habits

Psychologists Offer Tips to Improve Children’s Eating Habits It’s Never too Late, says Arkansas Psychologist Little Rock, Arkansas, November 2018 – Parents and caregivers play an important role when it comes to children’s eating habits. By taking steps early, you can help to improve and establish healthy eating habits for the whole family. Research shows…

National Nutrition Month: Improving Children’s Eating Habits

March is National Nutrition Month Arkansas Psychologists Offer Tips to Improve Children’s Eating Habits Little Rock, Arkansas, March 20, 2017 — Parents and caregivers play an important role when it comes to children’s eating habits. This March, recognize National Nutrition Month by taking steps to improve and establish healthy eating habits for the whole family.…

“Rocky Mountain High”

Pat DeLeon (former APA President) September 2016 Post The 124th APA Convention, Denver, Colorado Denver was a very pleasant convention. For most of us, the hotels were right across from the convention center and the weather was nearly perfect. One could take a new train directly to and from the airport. It was particularly nice to see Hawaii…

Dealing with Shootings and Terrorism Stress

APA Provides Resources for Coping with Shootings and Terrorism Anxiety  Advises limiting exposure, particularly for children WASHINGTON, DC – Taking a break from the news and limiting how much news children watch are among the recommendations for coping with stress and anxiety related to the recent police and civilian shootings, as well as terrorism attacks,…

Electromagnetic Fields: Comfort from Science

Electromagnetic Fields & Parental Panics: A case study in how science can bring comfort by Julie Frantsve-Hawley Submitted by Dr. Bob Doyle I am a scientist in the field of evidence-based medicine and public health. Basically, I am a science translator and communicator. I help healthcare workers use current science when treating patients, and developing…