Research

Close bond between mother and baby vital for developing toddler’s social skills

Close bond between mother and baby vital for developing toddlers’ social skills

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Are we betraying children? Sir Al Aynsley Green

Are we betraying children? Sir Al Aynsley Green June 2013 Growing up in the UK Report from British Medical Association.   

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Save Childhood Movement research pages and links

Save Childhood Movement Research links Click on link above We are building our own research site (bear with us as we’re all volunteers).  Meanwhile there’s some excellent work being carried out by organisations such as What About the Children? and also the Save Childhood Movement.  We applaud the work of other groups and individuals campaigning for […]

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Irregular bedtimes curb young children’s brain power

Irregular bedtimes curb young children’s brain power Research from  ESRC International Centre for Lifecourse Studies in Society and Health at UCL.   Reported July 2013.Full paper in the Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health One member writes to us with this comment: ”Children raised by mothers at home have a better chance of reasonably (good enough) […]

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Young People’s mental health

Young People’s mental health Report from Young Minds, October 2013

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The Great Work Debate from Netmums

The Great Work Debate from Netmums Extract: The results included the fact that 88% of those working full time would rather work part time or stay at home with their children.  The authors of the report conclude from the survey results that : Mothers do not, in general, make a choice about whether to go […]

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Coming Soon

More research articles relevant to MAHM coming soon. In the meantime please do take a look at the website for ‘What About the Children?’    www.whataboutthechildren.org.uk If you are an academic and would like to include a link to your research in this section,  please contact us on [email protected] Please bear with us as we’re all […]

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