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Too Much TV Harms Kids Psychologically

Parents may went to limit their children’s computer use and TV viewing time to ensure their psychological well-being. THE GIST Children who spent two hours or more a day watching TV or playing on a …

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Dyslexia is the most common learning disability in children and persists throughout life. It is a neurological problem of genetic origin which makes the acquisition of language skills extremely difficult. The condition is sometimes referred …

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Secular education vs Islamic education

A maktab or place where deeni knowledge is sought is so vital to build an upright Islamic community. Yet with the increase of these madaaris and makaatib we still find disinterest in deen or rather …

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Diagnosis and treatment of ADHD

There are a number of conditions that look a lot like Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, but are not ADHD. Here are some of these conditions that look like ADHD, but are not: Bipolar Disorder (Early …

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Signs and Symptoms of ADHD

Children with ADHD typically: are restless, fidgety and overactive continuously chatter and interrupt people are easily distracted and do not finish things are inattentive, have short attention spans and cannot concentrate on tasks are impulsive, …

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What is ADHD?

There’s a common phrase going around these days. I hate it when a child usually displays NORMAL active behaviour, and another parent asks, “What’s going on with your kid? Is he hyper or what?” Does …

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