Thursday 28 July 2016

'More parents in UAE seek help for troubled teens'

More parents in the UAE are seeking professional help for their troubled teenagers, according to a leading Dubai clinical psychologist.   Dr Thoraiya Kanafani of the Human Relations Institute and Clinics said the


Mena teens spend more time with family

Mena and Emirati teens prefer spending their free time with the family, unlike the global norm where free time is mostly spent with friends, according to new research by AMRB. This is especially true among the females in the region, a stat


Uric acid linked to high blood pressure

Teens with high levels of uric acid appear to be at increased risk for high blood pressure (BP), according to results of research from scientists at the Johns Hopkins Children's Center. Although the findings do not establish a cause-and-ef


Keep teens away from computer, TV screens: study

Parents who don't let their children watch too much television or sit at the computer for hours have been vindicated by a study that linked excessive 'screen' time with troubles relating to other people. The study's finding

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