Breastmilk is the best food and drink for babies. Still doubt it? Recent studies show that babies exclusively breastfed children will grow up to be smarter in reading, writing and mathematics.
Reported by the Daily Mail, the study made by the Oxford University and the Institute for Social and Economic Research. There are more than 10 thousand children who were respondents in the study.
In the study, researchers looked at students test scores are used to getting their breast milk until the age of four weeks and compared with students who were given milk formula since birth.
According to the study, infants were exclusively breastfed children will grow up to be smarter. IQ of breastfed infants 3-5 points higher than those who are not breastfed. Continue reading “Smarter Babies breastfed Reading & Math”
If you are a lover of technology and futuristic gadgets and advanced devotee, the news of this one could be one of your consideration to add to any collection of gadgets in your home.
More recently, the South Korean electronics giant-Samsung, proclaiming that it will release a new product called Samsung Galaxy Beam. In its official website, Samsung said that Beam had unspecified Gingerbread operating system which is supported by dual-core 1GHz processor and comes with a 4-inch wide WVGA screen. Beam also has assisted with an internal memory capacity of 8 GB and 6 GB RAM.
Not enough with these specs? Instead, you really can not get enough. Since Samsung has armed its newest product with a projector that can shine a picture or other display sizes up to 50 inches wide. Clearly this is a breakthrough for Samsung in the smartphone world.
Samsung announced the sophistication of mobile phones on February 26, 2012, as they follow the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Spain. “Galaxy Beam has provided a freedom in mobile-paced world today,” said JK Shin, President of IT & Mobile Communications Division at Samsung Electronics. “With Beam, you can give different flavors in terms of share anything, anywhere and anytime.”
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A survey conducted in Australia asked the parents about the effects of Facebook and Twitter in children. 65% of parents believe it, Facebook and Twitter make their children lazy learning.
The survey conducted by Newspoll for Telstra Cyber-safety Research Report. The survey followed by parents of children aged 10-17 years.
From the survey it was revealed, they are so lazy to learn as Twitter and Facebook is 14-17 year-old adolescents. According to the parents, their children become distracted from homework (homework) them.
1/4 of parents who were respondents in the study was to estimate, their children spent at least seven hours a week or equal to one hour each day exploring the social networking site.
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