Stolen Childhood -
About


Categories
[250+ posts!]
Archives
Syndication
Linking us, but not linked here? Let us know.







CHILD BEHAVIOUR

Good Food Can Improve Children’s Behavior

Saturday Oct 15 2005, 12:52am PDT - Bhawana


If Third World countries want to solve the problem of anti-social behavior, illiteracy and exclusion amongst the children, then they must concentrate on providing nutritious food to the children.
Sounds crazy! But it is true. Bernard Gesch, a senior research scientist in the Department of Physiology at Oxford University, has researched and found evidence that food has an impact on the behavior of the children. He conducted his research among the children living in juvenile prisons. Read More...

Filed Under: Child Behaviour :: Food ::
18
OCT
12:53am
Garima
Good Research Work !!!!!!!!!!

Post a Comment

Comment Guidelines: Please provide valid email address or URL. Email addresses are never displayed. Basic HTML (a href, bold, italics) is allowed. Line breaks and paragraphs are automatically generated. Off-topic or inappropriate comments will be edited or deleted. Email addresses will never be published. Thanks.



RELATED ENTRIES



Welcome
Children may be small beings but their problems are certainly not small. We will not just talk about these problems, but also try to offer some practicable solutions to them.

Tip your Editors at
Email


Recent Comments

Rhoda Staneley on UNICEF launches campaign on HIV/AIDS in Oman

Angus on Is Childhood Vaccination a State Enforced Child...

Pauletta on Tyra Banks show to fetch help for orphaned kids

Zineb on Katrina Orphans in Search of Foster Parents

Doctor Marcom on 30,000 Moscow kids addicted to drugs or...

Mrs Doreen Vidolich on Beckham soccer school for children

Robin on Child Pornography: Innocence on Sale

Garima on Good Food Can Improve Children's Behavior

Instablogs Network

Business

Technology

Science

Lifestyle

Entertainment

Health

Regional

Travel

Politics

Social Issues

Women

Sports

Internet

Personal