Items Tagged ‘schoolwork’

Concussion care: Helping your child heal

February 21, 2017

Concussion care: Helping your child heal

By uclahealth uclahealth

When it comes to youth sports, concussions have not always been taken seriously. That’s changing rapidly, however, as athletes, coaches and parents are becoming much more aware of the seriousness of these brain injuries. That’s a positive development, because concussions can cause long-term problems with brain function – especially for athletes who resume playing before […]

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Tags: athletes, brain injuries, coaches, concentration, concussions, contact sports, Dr.Christopher Giza, memory, mood, parents, pediatric neurologist, physical activities


How to help your child manage school anxiety

August 3, 2016

How to help your child manage school anxiety

By uclahealth uclahealth

While many parents look forward to the end of summer and the start of school with some relief, their children may be experiencing feelings of anxiety and apprehension. In some children, nervousness about the coming year can even manifest as physical symptoms, such as stomachaches, headaches and restlessness. “Normal” vs. “serious” anxiety It’s normal for […]

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Tags: Anxiety, Anxiety & Tic Disorders Program, child stress, childrens health, homework, school anxiety, schoolwork, sleeplessness, smartphone, stress in children, UCLA Childhood OCD