Child’s popularity might predict good reading skills How are you first grader’s social skills? If his calendar is certainly jammed with play dates and the telephone rings off the hook, say a silent thanks -your child’s popularity may predict good reading skills by the third grade super-avana-review.htm . That is the finding from a report released in the January/February 2006 issue of the journal Child Development. The study, from researchers from Stanford University, also discovers the contrary – that children with low reading skills in first and third grade will have relatively high intense behavior in third and 5th grades. The researchers thought we would explore this query in light of the fact that the social and academic realms in college are inextricably linked.
Children’s caries history predicts future tooth decay By Sarah Guy, medwireNews Reporter Having a brief history of dental care caries significantly increases a child’s chances of developing further caries, indicate research results. Children with initially nonprobeable dark lesions at their initial check-up had an almost 50 percent increased risk for caries development weighed against their peers who got no color-adjustments or white lesions only. The results obtained in this study demonstrate that both subject’s caries experience and the condition of the specific tooth should be taken into consideration in identifying the caries risk of a specific occlusal site, say Daniel Fine and co-workers.