KidsWorldMD.com added a Featured Post discussing current health issues such as extreme measures for success in children
May 21, 2013 (PRLEAP.COM) Health NewsKidsWorldMD.com is aware that sometimes situations arise when we least expect them, and it is comforting to have a resource that is reliable, current and easily accessible.
The Featured Post contains a wide range of topics such as extreme measures for success in schools and preparation for higher education. How many parents have heard of words such as meducation or brain doping? This refers to a group of neuro-enhancement drugs that have been gaining popularity and being prescribed for normal healthy children to improve their memory and thinking abilities. It is believed to increase their scores on college entrance examinations such as the Scholastic Assessment Test (SAT). The American Academy of Neurology issued their concerns about the long term impact on these children as well as the ethical implications. Should parents subject their children to such extreme measures? http://kidsworldmd.com/search.php?ctid=6&cid=674367
As parents and educators, we strive to give our children the best education under the best circumstances. Our noble goal is to impart knowledge and skills to our children that will equip them to enhance their lives and function at their highest potential in society. We campaign and lobby for government to implement programs in the schools to enrich their learning environment and provide supplies to give them an edge in our competitive world. We seek out enriching opportunities and research the highest performing school districts to enroll our children, sometimes even moving and changing jobs, all in the hope of getting the best education for our children. As parents and educators we believe this is our job and responsibility, and we take it seriously. We want to enhance our children's world, but at what cost? http://kidsworldmd.com/blog/newsletters/extreme-measures-for-success/
KidsWorldMD.com announced its Featured Posts that addresses current health topics as well as social and behavioral concerns to assist parents, guardians and other child care providers. KidsWorldMD is aware that sometimes situations arise when we least expect them, and it is comforting to have a resource that is reliable, current and easily accessible. Even though it is not meant to replace medical care or advice it is a good source to prepare parents for what to expect at a doctor's visit, and lay the foundation for a discussion and gives the parents time to formulate questions for the health care providers.