About 23 children aged 8 to 14 years rated 60 foods as healthy or good. The researchers then studied the brain activity of children who were observing food and non-food commercials by magnetic resonance imaging.
According to the study, children's ventromedial prefrontal cortex was significantly more active after watch commercial food. Food advertising has been cited as a significant factor in food choices, causing children and adolescents to overeat.
The results of this study show that watching commercial foods can alter the value children have for healthy foods and they tend to act with impulsivity in the choice of food. Finally, Dr. Bruce warns: "Food marketing can systematically alter the psychological and neurobiological mechanisms of children's eating decisions."
A study published online European Respiratory Journal has shown that babies fed exclusively breast milk for at least six months are less likely to develop asthma symptoms in childhood. The analysis was led by researchers from the Erasmus Medical Center in the Netherlands. The survey had information on feeding more than 5,000 children in the first year of life.
The inability to raise a child is an idea that haunts any couple. And there are not a few who are affected by this difficulty. Data from the World Health Organization estimate that between 60 and 80 million people worldwide have some commitment to follow the maternity and paternity project. Since infertility affects 20% of couples of reproductive age.