Infants Exposed to Excessive Screen Time Show Differences in Brain Function Beyond Eight Years of Age
Summary: Greater exposure to screen time during infancy was linked to poor self-regulation and brain immaturity…
Summary: Males who had overprotective fathers have a 12% higher risk of dying before the age of 80. Women with overprotective fathers are 22% more likely to die before they reach 80 years of age. For males raised by single parents, their risk of death before the age of 80 was 179% higher than those raised by two parents.
Men who had an overprotective father and little autonomy during childhood may run a 12% higher risk of dying before their eightieth birthday. In the case of women who had an overprotective father, the risk of dying before the age of 80 can increase by 22%.
On the other hand, for women who were well cared for by their mother during childhood, the risk may decrease by 14%.
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